Italy changes law about food waste by supermarkets

The cause for cutting food waste is gaining momentum across Europe.

After France’s parliament pledge to crack down on the national epidemic of food waste, now Italy changes a law to make all supermarkets give unsold food to needy. Unlike France, which fines supermarkets found wasting food, Italy intends to offer businesses incentives help tackle the country’s waste problem by donating food. Read the full article by The Independent here, and for more inspiring articles about the future of food consumption, production and waste take a look at the recommended pages below.

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