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b.In fact, if the food corporations of the Untied States were to donate their food waste to the fifty million food insecure homes, they would be able to feed them twelve meals a day (End Food Waste Now)!4.Saves much needed natural resources/plant lifea.Over 45 trillion gallons of water will be saved if food waste is put to good use. Whichis a staggering 24% of all water used in agriculture in the United States. California is currently in a drought and one of the biggest agricultural centers in the United States. By saving food waste, water will not be wasted in vain. ()Costs1.Creating a bigger incentive for C corporations to donate food is not only an effective solution to feed hungry people, but also does not cost the government or Americans a single dollar. Transportation, handling of food, and processing will be taken care of by C corporations because they will have something to gain ().2.Restaurants and supermarkets may become more lax about spending money on food because they know there is a cost effective method to gain back most of what they may lose from food wasteWorkability1.Revision of Section 170 will create new job openings for unemployed people. ()
2.Other businesses that are not in the food sector may voice opinions about inequality on tax breaks thus causing conflict for the law to be passed.3.Transporting, processing, and storing food costs takes time and cost money. Overall, it may cut into the business’s profit which in turn does not incentivize businesses to want todonate food. To have the support of businesses willing to donate food, it must be beneficial for both business and the government (nytimes.com)Counter Arguments1.Some people may argue that having an unlimited food supply in shelters may make people lazy. Why should people have to work hard to feed their families and pay for food,when there are now services providing free food? Many Americans may take their new blessings of food shelters as granted. Particularly, Americans will learn to survive through