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“Pay As You Feel” Food Waste Market Opens In U.K.

November 23, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
The U.K.’s first “food waste market” in Leeds stockpiles and sells edible food discarded by supermarkets because of expired “sell by” dates. Needy shoppers purchase the food on a “pay as you feel” basis, with money or work. The Real Junk Food Project, which operates cafés around the world on the same basis, opened the grocery, and hopes to replicate it all over the country. New food waste markets are planned for the English cities of Sheffield and Bradford.
"UK’s First Food-Waste Supermarket Opens near Leeds", Eco-Business, November 23, 2016, © Eco-Business
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