Tesco teams up with food sharing app Olio to combat food waste

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The partnership is aimed at cutting down on food waste | Credit: Tesco
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The partnership is aimed at cutting down on food waste | Credit: Tesco

Tesco has expanded its partnership with food sharing app Olio to redistribute surplus food from the supermarket giant's stores that would otherwise go to waste, following a successful six month trial earlier...

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