French supermarket waste distribution plan sets challenge for charities

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A planned law bans large stores from destroying unsold food which would go to charities for the poor, which must invest to cope with the supplies.

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Plans to introduce a French law that bans supermarkets from destroying unsold food and obliges them to give it to charity is irritating retailers who say they already make a big effort to fight waste, reports BBC News.