Outrage over food wastage in hotels

KUALA LUMPUR: It’s barely a week into Ramadan but the Muslim Consumers Association of Malaysia have already received 45 complaints of food wastage during buka puasa.

Its president Datuk Nadzim Johan said that the government should set up an “exchange centre for food”. He added that food wastage is a worrying trend and that it normally occurred within the hotel industry.

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