"Your leftover bread could become someone else's sandwich," resonates in a groundbreaking movement happening across states to save food from the dump. Picture this: supermarkets shift from being food waste contributors to saviors by clearing their shelves into hunger-alleviating food banks, as opposed to the trash. Meet Carlos the driver, your everyday hero, who epitomizes this green revolution by being in the thick of rice distribution at Elmsford's Feeding Westchester. Workplaces like his are bustling as more states adopt progressive actions to mitigate landfill-clogging, planet-warming food waste. New York has taken the pioneering leap, setting up systems to redirect market surplus to food banks. Feeding starving families while cooling the planet -- it's a win-win that's ringing in a new dawn. As Jane Goodall says, "What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make." Let's make it count.

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