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Trash can to table: The rise of waste cafes

Our interview with Adam Smith is interrupted by a raid from environmental health inspectors.

Smith recently opened the UK's first waste food supermarket, a vast facility in the northern city of Leeds stacked with tons of intercepted produce. The launch attracted huge donations, hordes of shoppers, and interest from government agents.

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