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Beijing Cracks Down on Restaurant Food Wastei
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April 22, 2013 2:28 PM
As worries grow in China over the health impacts of pollution, the government has pledged to make improving the environment a top priority. In Beijing, authorities recently launched a trial plan to crack down on food waste in the city. Shannon Van Sant reports from the Chinese capital.

Beijing Cracks Down on Restaurant Food Waste

Published April 22, 2013

As worries grow in China over the health impacts of pollution, the government has pledged to make improving the environment a top priority. In Beijing, authorities recently launched a trial plan to crack down on food waste in the city. Shannon Van Sant reports from the Chinese capital.


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