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MORRISONS are launching PS1 boxes filled with a kilo of fruit and vegetables that are at the end of their shelf lives but still good enough to eat.

Our online readers gave the thumbs-up to the Too Good to Waste boxes.

Heather Smith said: "This idea sounds fab. Last week, I saw an elderly lady struggling to pay for her shopping. Hopefully, this idea will help other such struggling people."

Jas McNic wrote: "In this day and age, no food should be discarded."

And Heather Thomson said: "This is a brilliant idea, well done Morrisons!" Kelly Tait said there was another option.

She wrote: "These big supermarket chains need to follow what the small retailers are up to - end-ofdate produce should be given to the homeless. Well done Morrisons, though."

Margaret McCallum had similar views. She said: "Great idea -or just give it to the homeless for free."

Scott Ellis wrote: "Why not give them to food banks for free, rather than be money hungry?"

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Date:Dec 15, 2018
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