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Why Can’t We Do This? France Passes Law Requiring Supermarkets Give Their Unsold Food To Charity
Today’s “Good News of the Day” comes to us courtesy of the French government. France has become the first country in the world to ban supermarkets from throwing away or destroying unsold food, forcing them instead to donate it to charities and food banks! Check out the details below…
Under a law passed unanimously by the French senate, as of Wednesday large shops will no longer bin good quality food approaching its best-before date. Charities will be able to give out millions more free meals each year to people struggling to afford to eat.
Fines of up to 75,000 euros ($83,700) or two years in prison will be incurred for those who violate the new law which applies to any supermarket that covers a minimum of 400 square meters of floor area.
It has been a practice of some local supermarkets to pour bleach over the discarded food or to lock them in warehouses to prevent foraging.
Jacques Bailet, head of Banques Alimentaires, a network of French food banks, told the The Guardian that “it would greatly increase an already emerging trend for supermarkets to donate to food banks.”
“In terms of nutritional balance, we currently have a deficit of meat and a lack of fruit and vegetables. This will hopefully allow us to push for those products,” said Bailet.
The legislation is widely seen as simplifying a complicated process of donating directly to charity.
Each year over 7.8 million tons of food are wasted in France while 1.4 billion tons are wasted worldwide. – via nextshark
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