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Food-mad Italy on mission to cut waste, feed hungry
by Thin Lei Win
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7 February 2018
On 7 February 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
At open-air markets, some Italians are collecting and distributing leftover food to those in need. These initiatives -- in a country renowned for its food and markets -- are part of Italy's push to cut back on food waste. In 2016, Italy passed a law to limit food waste, making it easier to donate unsold food.
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Paulo Hutter runs a non-governmental organization, Eco dalle Citta.
His organization recruited asylum seekers from sub-Saharan and north Africa to collect, recycle and distribute unsold foods at Porta Palazzo, Europe's largest open-air market, situated in the northern Italian city of Turin.
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