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New Zealand's food wastage problem

Summary by Ground News
The Detail visits the New Zealand Food Network's South Auckland warehouse. The Food Network is a nationwide distributor of surplus food from big manufacturers. Through the hubs, the Food Network has distributed more than 11 million kilograms of food, or nearly 32 million meals. By doing this it has diverted the equivalent of more than 17 million kilos of carbon dioxide from landfill.
1 month ago·New Zealand

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New Zealand's food wastage problem

We're producing up to 150,000 tonnes of surplus food every year. The New Zealand Food Network steps up and takes it before it reaches what would've been its destination: landfill.

1 month ago·New Zealand
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The Detail - New Zealand's food wastage problem

The Detail pays a visit to the NZ Food Network’s South Auckland warehouse to talk about the tonnes of food we're throwing away.

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