UK's King Charles III celebrated, Tuesday, his 75th birthday.
The king used the occasion to start a new strategy to handle food poverty and help cut the millions of quantities of wasted food.
He officially launched "Coronation Food Project" as a campaign to end food poverty, food wasting, and setting various methods for sustainable solutions to end food insecurity.
King Charles III wrote in an article: "Food need is as real and urgent a problem as food waste - and if a way could be found to bridge the gap between them, then it would address two problems in one."
More than 14 million people in Britain are facing food insecurity, in addition "too many families and individuals are missing out on nutritious meals due to the cost of living pressures that have caused hardship for so many," according to the king.