Unilever, Nestle, USDA, Rockefeller unite to cut food waste

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Unilever, Nestle, USDA, Rockefeller unite to cut food waste

Big names in sustainability are joining forces on a new anti-food waste effort

The global paradox that a third of all food grown and produced never makes it into people's mouths — even as 800 million people suffer from hunger — finally may be getting the attention it deserves...

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