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'Community' refrigerators aim to freeze out food waste

A community fridge at the Food Academy in the East Ham Leisure Centre, in London, United Kingdom Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Morgane Mounier

Shannon Larson


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(Left to right) Chef Natalie Coleman and Manaza Nasa, volunteer at the Food Academy Community Fridge in the East Ham Leisure Centre, prepare a Spanish tortilla with products from the community fridge in London, United Kingdom, on March 6, 2019. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Morgane Mounier

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