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The free grocery store fighting food waste and hunger
by Rina Diane Caballar
YES Magazine Translate This Article
12 September 2017
On 12 September 2017 YES Magazine reported:
The Free Store is a nonprofit organization that redistributes surplus food from local businesses in New Zealand's capital city, Wellington, to those in need. It was inspired by a two-week art project in 2010 where artist Kim Paton filled a shop with surplus food items from bakeries and supermarkets. Anyone visiting the shop could take what they wanted free of charge. More than a solution just to curb waste, The Free Store has grown into a community food source.
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