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Food store food open source (FOSS) is a new open source software that aims to make the world a better place.
This is not the first time FOSS has helped save food.
In 2012, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) declared FOSS the world ‘s most effective and scalable open source food distribution system’.
FOSS is based on open source, meaning that it is open source and available for anyone to use.
It is a powerful tool for food retailers, food producers, food scientists and food companies alike.
For those that are not aware, open source is a term used to describe software that is free and open for use.
FOSS aims to democratise open source by making it easy for anyone, regardless of what they are doing, to contribute.FOSS is being used by over 200,000 companies to deliver better food and farming.
FOSOS has over 1.6 million users across 80 countries.
The first open source tool to be deployed by FOSSOS is the OpenSourceGrow, a tool that helps farmers produce better food for their families.
This has helped farmers produce more food with less land, and is a key factor in the global food crisis.
This open source technology is being leveraged by over 50,000 food manufacturers to create a range of new, more sustainable, and nutritious food products, according to the FAO.
The FAO is not alone in using open source to help save food supply.
Last year, more than 50,00 people took part in the world wide event Food, Farming and Agriculture: Food Supply, which resulted in a record number of farmers donating their time and expertise to help out their farmers and their communities.
The aim of the event was to raise the profile of open source farming, especially in developing countries, as it has been an area of particular focus for the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAOD) in recent years.