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Courtesy Feed the Hunger Foundation Twelve Thai farmers who were victims of human trafficking are now raising crops on 5-acre plots of former pineapple land in Kunia to help feed Hawaii's people.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM Through their Feed the Hunger Foundation, Patti Chang, CEO, left, and Denise Albano, president, have provided 3,000 loans worldwide to farmers. Among local recipients are several working farms in Kunia, far left.
Craig T. Kojima / firstname.lastname@example.org Vivian Hidaro