Monday, July 18, 2016

Nicole Civita and Food Recovery Project quoted extensivly in Huffington Post article

Affiliate Professor of Law and Director of the Food Recovery Project Nicole Civita is featured heavily in an article published today in the Huffington Post. The article, titled Restaurants Officially Have No Excuse Not To Donate Leftover Food. Many restaurants say they’re scared of being sued. Here’s why that’s garbage focuses on the amount of food waste produced by restaurants, and the misconception that food donation may put owners at increased risk. As the article states, "A single restaurant in the U.S. wastes about 100,000 pounds of a year, according to the Green Restaurant Association, making them auspicious donors for hunger relief groups. But many restaurants are reluctant to give away their edible leftovers, citing fears of getting sued."

For more on the Food Recovery Project and to download a free copy of Food Recovery: a Legal Guide, visit us at law.uark.edu/llm.





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