Elementary school ‘share tables’ keep unwanted lunch food out of trash

by Leslie Postal

As we get closer to #Thanksgiving, Hunger Notes is keeping the focus on #foodwaste and ways to fight it: In Florida, 20 public elementary schools are using “share tables”. The easy to implement and no-cost/low-cost solution to the problem is endorsed by the USDA.

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