The January 25, 2016 issue of POLITICO’s Morning Agriculture feature, a daily briefing on agriculture and food policy, included a quote from Emily Broad Leib, director of the Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic (FLPC), on food waste initiatives that are garnering attention from the business community.
Emily Broad Leib says “we often see sustainability and economic progress at odds, and now they are aligned. Looking at [food waste] as an economic issue is a very powerful lense. It’s important that businesses realize that it’s not only bad for the environment, but also their bottom line.”
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