Spain cracks down on food waste with supermarket fines and ‘doggy bags’ required at restaurants

Customers walk past a stand displaying the new reusable bags sold at a Carrefour supermarket in Madrid, Spain

If we stopped wasting food, it would reduce 6%-8% of the greenhouse gas emissions caused by humans. Image: REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN SOCIETY BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)

Cristen Hemingway Jaynes
Environmental Journalist, EcoWatch
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