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  • French supermarkets to give waste to charity
  • French supermarkets to give waste to charity
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French supermarkets to give waste to charity

Europeans throw away between 90 and 100 million tonnes of food every year. Despite this fact, over 60% of food companies admit they have no clear strategy on how to reduce that number. France is set lead the charge by forcing large food retailers to redistribute unwanted products to charity.

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