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Food waste activists visit Rungis near Paris, the world's biggest wholesale food market. Part 1

Food waste activists visit Rungis near Paris, the world's biggest wholesale food market. Part 1
 
Mike Woods

The United Nations estimates one third of the world’s food is wasted every year. The French government wants to cut wastage in half, though that means navigating a complex industry. In the first of two reports, RFI follows a group of food activists - Disco Soupe - to the world’s biggest wholesaler, Rungis International Market in the southern Paris suburbs.


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