Italy changes law to make all supermarkets give unsold food to needy


Italy is set to pass a law that will make supermarkets donate their waste food to charities.

It will become the second European country to pass such laws after the French introduced a bill in February which bans supermarket throwing away or spoiling unsold food.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.independent.co.uk

The new law would instead offer reductions in rubbish taxes, which would vary depending on how much businesses give to charity,

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