Supermarkets in France have been banned from throwing away or spoiling unsold food by law.
The stores are now required to donate unwanted food to charities and food banks.
To stop foragers, some supermarkets have poured bleach over the discarded food or storing binned food in locked warehouses.
This law was voted unanimously by the French senate on Wednesday after a petition was launched by Courbevoie councillor Arash Derambarsh.
It will apply to any supermarket with a footprint of 400 square metres or larger.
If companies flout the law they coud incur fines up to 3,750 Euros.
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