09-09-2010 Not so Forbidden Fruit

You know what they say. Sharing is caring.

Many families aren’t sure what to do with all the fruit that comes all at once from their fruit trees so a lot of it goes to waste. Which is why a local fruit exchange is just the thing to bring communities together and prevent unnecessary waste. The trend of a social network that exists both online and offline is a nation wide tool that collects, distributes surplus produce in a given local area is taking off in various part of the world. Neighbourhood Fruit is one such example from San Francisco where participants can collect their fruit for free.

The only rule is: first come first served!

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