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  • OzHarvest sells rescued food Down Under
  • OzHarvest sells rescued food Down Under
    Clem Onojeghuo (2017) ©
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OzHarvest sells rescued food Down Under

‘Fill bellies not bins’ reads a sign next to a box with blemished fruit. OzHarvest Market is Sydney’s first pay-what-you-can supermarket that sells rescued food at affordable prices, aiming to reduce the enormous amounts of edible produce thrown away each year.

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