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Ghana gourmet chef reducing food waste and feeding those in need

By Reuters
16 June 2022   |   9:59 am
Ghana's gourmet chef Elijah Addo is reducing food waste and feeding those in need. Once employed by high-end restaurants, Addo today runs West Africa's largest foodbank, and organizing mobile feeding campaigns has become his full-time job.

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