Tech Giants Waste Tons Of Food. This Group Rescues It
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Copious amounts of free snacks are a well-known perk of working for companies like Google or Facebook, but it means that tech companies produce tons of food waste. Eleanor Goldberg spotlights one Bay Area nonprofit that donates their leftovers to people in need.
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