In this January, Niftie’s grocery store that sells things which would have been thrown out by a mainstream supermarket, finally arrives in little old Dover.
Hongkongers collected an estimated 8,400 boxes of Calbee crisps, just a week past their “best-before” date, after they were found dumped at a Tuen Mun refuse collection centre (Hung Cheung Road Refuse Collection Point).
Around 67000 rolls sweet gummy candy were abandoned in a Yuen Long (Tong Tau Po Village) dumpster because they are just past or close to their “best before” dates. One neighbour came quickly…
Food Sharing Hong Kong is a project initiated by Hang Shuen, a female reporter in her 20s who returned to Hong Kong after working in Germany for three years. The concept is simple – a community fridge that welcomes individuals to leave or take edible food in order to reduce food waste.