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save money by turning to anti-waste

S. Feydel, G. de Florival, J. Weyl, F. Simoes, E. Piquereau, C. Apiou – France 3

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According to a recent study, the French believe they lack 490 euros per month on average to live decently. With rising inflation, applications anti-waste are perhaps the solution to lighten your food budget.

Crooked tomatoes sold at 2.95 euros per kilo or even asparagus at 3.95 euros per kilo. In the store “US, anti waste“, customers find products that producers and industrialists have not been able to sell in traditional circuits, such as vegetables considered ugly, unsaleable in supermarkets. “The prices are very reasonable and it’s quality”assures a client. Also included are products that are approaching the expiry date. In this new kind of store, the principle cis not to throw anything away. In three years, this chain anti-waste has already opened 24 stores in France.

With soaring prices, new consumption patterns are developing. apps allow to find traders who offer their own unsold products, such as baskets of organic vegetables for 4 euros. “It allows me to save money and above all to access products that I would not have been able to buy in normal times with my budget”explains Carla Bologninistudent. Fighting against waste becomes another way to preserve purchasing power.


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