French lawmakers unanimously adopted a law which outlaws the destruction of unsold but eatable food products by the big super markets of the country.
Under the new legislation which aims to reduce food waste in France, supermarkets will be forced to donate any unsold but still edible food products to charity or farms.
New law in France forces supermarkets to reduce #foodwaste by donating surplus to charity! http://t.co/GgD5drEZhN pic.twitter.com/FhQx4bqXpJ
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