Walmart awards $750,000 to fund consumer food waste research in UK and Canada

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The UK throws 6.6 million tonnes of food in the bin each year according to WRAP
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The UK throws 6.6 million tonnes of food in the bin each year according to WRAP

Donation to WRAP and Canada's National Zero Waste Council aimed at researching new ways to nudge consumers to avoid throwing edible food in the bin

The world's largest retailer Walmart awarded almost $750,000 to UK waste charity WRAP and the National Zero Waste Council in Canada to help develop a range of new efforts to tackle food waste among consumers....

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