Recovering Wasted Food
“Recovering Wasted Food” was part of a conference sponsored by the Harvard Food Law Society and the Food Literacy Project and held in Cambridge, Massachusetts at Harvard University.
Food activists talked about hunger and wasted food in the U.S., and their efforts to increase food recovery. Speakers included the former president of Trader Joe’s… read more
Food activists talked about hunger and wasted food in the U.S., and their efforts to increase food recovery. Speakers included the former president of Trader Joe’s who opened a store that sells food past its “sell-by” date.
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Ona Balkus Staff Attorney Harvard Law School->Food Law and and Policy Clinic
Emily M. Broad-Leib Director Harvard Law School->Food Law and and Policy Clinic
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