"I started couponing for food items like spaghetti, meatballs, and I was (often) able to get the items for free or for little to no money," she told NJ.com. As she has been employing these methods in the past few months, she's been able to feed more than 5,000 people. She's confident that with her new, much more efficient rate, she'll hit her goal in less than one year.
According to her estimates, she can feed "... as many as 150 people on just $20," using couponing methods
"The little things we take for granted, the food we throw away every day ... if we just spread a little more love around, the world would be such a better place," she told NJ.com.