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Vendors all eager to donate leftover edible greens

KUALA LUMPUR: The popular Pasar Borong Selayang has a bit of a dodgy reputation and when Zawiyah Saimon from The Lost Food Project started taking photos, there were stares.


Unscrupulous traders collect binned vegetables to sell

WITNESSING people in the act of picking vegetables from the rubbish bin and selling them is not a scene one can easily digest.


Still picking from trash

Business is proceeding as usual for illegal traders who seem unperturbed by the fuss over the selling of discarded vegetables scavenged from rubbish bins at the Selayang Wholesale Market in Kuala Lumpur.


Vegetables picked up from trash and sold

EXCLUSIVE: The business of selling discarded produce has been going on for over a decade and a lack of enforcement has only worsened the problem.


End rat menace, urge traders

TRADERS associations for wet markets in Kuala Lumpur want Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) to come up with effective measures to resolve the rat problem which is getting from bad to worse.