Every week, about 20 people go round the Pasir Panjang Wholesale Centre asking vendors for unwanted produce, filling up trolleys with crates of slightly bruised tomatoes, cabbages with brown outer leaves, white carrots with split tips and even fresh red capsicums.
They are from SG Food Rescue, a new group that aims to reduce food waste by collecting unsellable food and redistributing it to soup kitchens and charities.
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