Shenzhen tower blocks loom over a landfill in the New Territories, Hong Kong. Nearly 40 per cent of the city’s municipal solid waste is composed of food. Photo: AFP

Why aren’t we encouraging food donations in Hong Kong when our landfills are full of edible waste?

Wendell Chan calls for the government to introduce a Good Samaritan law to encourage businesses to give, especially when poorer families often do not have enough affordable and nutritious food

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Shenzhen tower blocks loom over a landfill in the New Territories, Hong Kong. Nearly 40 per cent of the city’s municipal solid waste is composed of food. Photo: AFP
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