China to stop food waste with legislation, crackdown on eating shows

China to stop food waste with legislation

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[13 August, Global Times]

In an effort to reduce food waste and increase the perceived value of food, legislation and new video streaming rules are being implemented. A spokesperson from popular video platform Douyin stated that when users search specific topics such as “eating show” or “competitive eater”, the user will be informed to value food. 

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