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U.N. offers banquet of blemished food to highlight waste

Reuters: Environment

Tue, 19 Feb 2013

OSLO (Reuters) - The United Nations treated government ministers and officials to a meal of blemished African fruit and vegetables on Tuesday to highlight how perfectly edible food is being rejected by European supermarkets.

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