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SAUDI-FOOD-WASTE

A kitchen worker prepares an order, in the Mashal plate, for a customer in a restaurant in the Saudi capital Riyadh on July 25, 2019. - Across much of the Gulf lavish displays of food are seen as a cultural totem of generosity and hospitality. But much of it ends up in the trash. Saudi households typically serve large oval-shaped platters piled high with rice, a daily staple, but a lot goes to waste as many just nibble on the sides and rarely even reach the middle. (Photo by FAYEZ NURELDINE / AFP) (Photo by FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP via Getty Images)
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