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Fri 17 Nov 2017, 8:00am–7:00pm

Where: Manly Wharf, East Esplanade, Manly, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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This month, The Economist is offering Sydneysiders a free smoothie made from produce that was destined for the trash.

These so-called “ugly” fruits and vegetables are perfectly edible, tasty and nutritious, but are often discarded before they even arrive at the market.

It’s estimated that up to half of all the food the world produces is wasted. Reducing losses by 15% could feed more than 25 million people each year.

The Economist-branded fruit and vegetable cart will make its way around Sydney during November to offer free smoothies to illustrate the impact of food waste on the environment and the economy. Consumers who participate in this program will have the opportunity to subscribe to The Economist at an introductory rate of $20 for 12 weeks with a special gift with subscription.