Tuesday, July 29, 2008


CANNED Famine Relief


I don't have my art applications this week so I'm reposting an entry I did for 100% (good) in January. Thanks for visiting! ellen

Plumpy'nut, more commonly known as Plumpy, is a peanut-based food for use in famine relief which was formulated by André Briend, a French scientist in 1999.

It is a high protein and high energy peanut-based paste in a foil wrapper that can be distributed to children at home rather than in specialist feeding stations and can be eaten without any preparation. It tastes like a slightly sweeter kind of peanut butter. It is categorized by the WHO as a Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF).


Go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plumpy'nut to find out more

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7 comments:

Loni Edwards said...

Beautiful Ellen! And such a strong subject matter - well done!

studio lolo said...

It's worth posting again ;)

Thanks for stopping by!

ValGalArt said...

It is beautiful! Great idea too :)

Andi said...

What a wonderful illustration, and such an important issue to post again : )

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Solvere volo said...

Very nice work on a very important topic

Roberta said...

Wonderful and informative!

Gai said...

l love that art can be used to visually send a message. Very clear colourful piece and a great take on canned.