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Brazilian City Gives Residents Vegetables In Exchange For Trash [Headlines]

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The 'Delicious Recycling' program encourages locals to trade in recyclable garbage for free produce.

Allie Walker
  • 19 july 2012

The Brazilian city of Jundiaí’s ‘Delicous Recycling’ cycling encourages residents to trade in recyclable trash for vegetables. The program has become so successful, the city has created a public-run garden that has more than 30,000 plants to meet demand. Tree Hugger

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