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Walmart, along with other global retailers, agreed to participate in the 10x20x30 program, a global effort to halve food loss and waste by the year 2030.

Fighting food waste in the produce aisle

As awareness grows, retailers are taking new approaches to avoid trashing fruit and vegetables

Food waste is a major challenge in the world and an issue that grocery retailers and distributors are fighting to curtail. One of the key areas where supermarkets are trying to lower the amount of wasted food is in the produce department.

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