The Chinese government has passed a wide-ranging law aimed at reducing food wastage, with particular provisions specifically aimed at banning “binge-eating” videos – a phenomenon that has become wildly popular among vloggers China, South Korea and elsewhere.
This is against a backdrop where restaurants in China’s major cities waste 18 million tonnes of food a year, which is estimated to being enough to feed up to 50 million people in the same timeframe. It is also at a time where the UN has warned that global food insecurity has reached a 5-year high amid COVID.
China enacts food waste law, brings in bans for binge-eating & fines for leftovers https://agfundernews.com/food-waste-law-china-brings-in-ban-for-binge-eat-videos-fines-for-leftovers.html
Acute food insecurity soars to five-year high warns Global Report on Food Crises http://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/1397355/icode/