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  • Parisians' love for eating out is driving food waste
  • Parisians' love for eating out is driving food waste
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Parisians' love for eating out is driving food waste

In Paris, 59,000 tonnes of excess food waste are produced each year, making the capital more wasteful than any other part of France. Given the city’s vibrant restaurant scene and foodie culture, locals are letting food at home go off in favour of eating out.

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