WATCH: How one man's junk food project feeds over 1 million people

In this week’s edition of living sustainably, we meet Adam Smith a young man who is tackling the world’s food waste problem.

26 Jun 2018
 

Food waste occurs in households regularly. We sometimes forget we've purchased an item and allow it to sit in our cupboards for months and when we finally do remember it, it's expired - so we throw it away. But the founder of the "Real Junk Food Project", Adam Smith has found an incredible way to feed others and re-purpose food that would otherwise be wasted.

    

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