French law obliges grocers to donate unsold food to charity

A new law in France requires supermarkets to donate unsold food to charity rather than destroy it, says the BBC. Stores occupying more than 400 square meters, or 4,300 square feet, have until July 2016 to sign contracts with charities or food banks to hand over unsold goods. Retailers “feel aggrieved at being portrayed as food… » Read More

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