Izvestia: Russian stores will start selling expired products
MOSCOW, August 18 – RIA Novosti. Russian stores plan to sell expired products: retail company Magnit plans to reduce the amount of food waste sent to landfills, including selling expired products to feed and fertilizer manufacturers, author The newspaper Izvestia refers to the company’s documents on sustainable development management.
It was noted that the retailer is currently looking for interested parties and is working on the mechanism of the initiative and will decide on its possible development after testing the project. Citing Magnit documents, the newspaper adds that the described approach to the problem will allow the company to cut costs.
“The firm aims to test the sale of food products that have become unusable – spoiled or whose shelf life has expired to companies producing feed and fertilizers. The pilot will be carried out within the framework of current legislation. We plan to identify products that have lost their consumer characteristics, but are valuable to specialized processors,” explains newspaper Magnit’ with reference to e.
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