The scandal of the 89m tonnes of food binned while millions go hungry


theguardian.com| Published Tuesday 21 July 2015

by Oliver Balch

Earlier this month, the European parliament urged EU member states to encourage supermarkets to give away the estimated 89m tonnes of unsold food that is otherwise binned.

The move comes at a time when public health officials are increasingly concerned about the link between unhealthy eating and food affordability… read more>


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