As Beijing cracks down on food waste, young people are increasingly turning to discounted food approaching it’s expiry date. Photo: Artwork As Beijing cracks down on food waste, young people are increasingly turning to discounted food approaching it’s expiry date. Photo: Artwork
As Beijing cracks down on food waste, young people are increasingly turning to discounted food approaching it’s expiry date. Photo: Artwork

Near-expired food bargain sales the latest trend in China as Beijing’s anti-waste drive picks up

  • Food near its expiration date selling at a discount was once mainly bought by the elderly, but it is increasingly common among young Chinese people
  • The trend has grown in popularity since the Chinese government passed anti-food waste laws

Topic |   China Society
As Beijing cracks down on food waste, young people are increasingly turning to discounted food approaching it’s expiry date. Photo: Artwork As Beijing cracks down on food waste, young people are increasingly turning to discounted food approaching it’s expiry date. Photo: Artwork
As Beijing cracks down on food waste, young people are increasingly turning to discounted food approaching it’s expiry date. Photo: Artwork
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