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Food Donations Up 20 Percent In Italy Since 2016 Food Waste Law

November 3, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Italians are donating 20 percent more food to charities since the enactment of a law designed to curb food waste, a politician says. The law, which went into effect in September 2016, expanded the types of foods that could be donated beyond products with a long shelf life. Cooked food, fruits and vegetables, much of it sourced from produce markets, cruise ships, and sporting events. can now be donated to the needy, said Maria Chiara Gadda.  [Image Credit: © Forgotten Harvest ]
"Donations Up 20% after Food-Waste Law", ANSA, November 03, 2017, © ANSA
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