Do you think all supermarkets in the UK should do this?

Do you think all supermarkets in the UK should do this?

Since this video French law has changed and they now forbid supermarkets from wasting food, meaning any left over food MUST go to charity.

Thanks (in part) to this video and consumer pressure Asda, Morrisons & Waitrose now sell ‘wonky’ veg in the hope of giving tons of wasted fruit/veg a chance on the shop floor.

 

Do you think all supermarkets in the UK should do this?

Do you think all supermarkets in the UK should do this?Video courtesy of Intermarché / Marcel.

Posted by 10 ways to have more money as a student, without working. on Tuesday, 22 July 2014

 

Should supermarkets in the UK be forced to give food to charity instead of putting it in the bin?

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