Educate Retailers on Food Donation Legislation

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Educate Retailers on Legislation

The perception seems to be that donating food is a legal liability - if someone got sick from eating that food then the retailer would be liable. However, there is no precedent for this as there has never been a case

An education team with a pro bono lawyer could probably convince some big food retailers to spend their social consciousness money on donating expiring perishable foods to local charities/homeless shelters etc.

Other problems are that this would only help food poverty in relatively well off countries. Also, it seems to be cheaper for retailers to throw out expiring food than to donate


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[colemai]、小売業者に食品を寄付するよう説得する場合、法律を問題とすることに同意しますが、それをスケーラブルなソリューションにする方法は?

_>無料弁護士のいる教育チームは、地元の慈善団体やホームレスの避難所などに、期限の切れそうな生鮮食品を寄付することに社会的意識のお金を使うように、いくつかの大手食品小売業者を説得できるでしょう。

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大きな小売業者は、そのような行為が費用ではなく利益として見られる場合にのみ、弁護士と取引するための時間を提供することに関心があるということです。小売業者がより少ない労力で食品を寄付することを、どのようにしてより便利に、より時間のかからないようにすることができるのでしょうか。

_>他の問題は、これは比較的裕福な国の食糧貧困を助けるだけであるということです。

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[gmikhai]が共有するアイデア[彼は途上国の飢餓に対処する方法](https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-exclude-starvation-ever-george-mikhailovsky?published = t "https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-exclude-starvation-ever-george-mikhailovsky?published=t")。引用:「一方で、レストラン、ビストロ、その他の飲食店は大量の食品廃棄物を捨てています。比較的安価に消毒、凍結乾燥、均質化し、最終的にボールまたはブリケットに押し込むことができます。これらのボールは無料で利用できるものとする特に貧しい国々のレストラン、スーパーマーケット、その他の公共の場所の近く。」 (記事の画像を参照してください)

[colemai], I do agree that legislation is a problem when convincing retailers to donate food, although how to make it a scalable solution?

_> An education team with a pro bono lawyer could probably convince some big food retailers to spend their social consciousness money on donating expiring perishable foods to local charities/homeless shelters etc. _

Thing is, that big retailers would be interested in providing their time to deal with lawyers if only they would see such act as a return not a cost. I wonder, how we can make it more convenient and less time consuming for retailers to donate food with less effort?

_> Other problems are that this would only help food poverty in relatively well off countries. _ You might like an idea shared by [gmikhai] where he talks about how to deal with hunger in developing countries. Quote: "On the other hand, restaurants, bistros, and other eateries throw out a lot of food waste. They could be relatively inexpensively disinfected, freeze dried, homogenized, and finally pressed into balls or briquettes. These balls shall be available for free near any restaurant, supermarket, and other public places, especially in poor countries." (see a picture in the article)