Assignment Three by Team 26954 Jacek Doniec, Canada Giorgio Pauletto, Switzerland Frankie Liao, Taiwan Inga Jessen

, Iceland Aloysius D’souza, India

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 A Loaf Of Bread Has Value In Any Part Of The World.
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 To explain this, we took loaves from 5 different countries and observed that a loaf of bread has got a good nutritional value.
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Indian Round Loaf
Energy 180 Calcium 4% Iron 10% Fibre 1g Protein 6 g

Loaves From 5 Countries 
Canadian Grainery Loaf
Energy 240 Calcium 4% Iron 10% Fibre 4g Protein 10 g Energy 217 Calcium 3% Iron 9% Fibre 9 gms Protein 6 gms

Swiss sourdough rye Loaf

Taiwanese Toast Loaf
Energy 91.4 Calcium 3% Iron 1.51mg Fibre 1g Protein 3.3 g

Icelandic Spelt Loaf
Energy 237 Calcium 3% Iron 9% Fibre 6.3gms Protein 10.5gms

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What was common though was that all of these loaves gave out a very important value when consumed-

ENERGY.

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This ‘energy’ can be used by humans to create things of a great value

|Examples to follow|

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A loaf of bread before going to the honeymoon bed.

This energy helps us to be great on the bed.
Hence, it helps us to raise future generations and keep the world moving. Viagra equivalent.
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This energy is then allowing us to create, think and act producing a greater value to everyone.

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A Presentation by Team 26954 Jacek Doniec, Canada Giorgio Pauletto, Switzerland Frankie Liao, Taiwan Inga Jessen, Iceland Aloysius D’souza, India
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