A list of products will impress you.
In St. Petersburg, the big resonance was caused by history with the temporary closure of the cafe “Dobrogost” where they fed pensioners. The school spent about a year — and daily there came about 300 grandparents. Representatives of the café reported that they had discharged a large fine for minor offences — graffiti, non-compliance signage color format, the things left after the “Cabramatta”. Fines were also issued because the employee took out three bags of garbage while carrying two, one was left at the entrance. Meanwhile, the district administration said that the test was conducted after the complaints of the citizens and said that the evil intent in respect of the café they have, and also quick to assure that the café is open.
This is not the first story of this kind. For example, in 2016 in St. Petersburg closed a public fridge, where they would leave food for the needy. And in March of this year, the owner of the store “Ismart” in Yekaterinburg had to stop the distribution of scrapped products because of the claims of the CPS.
It is also known that workers in large supermarkets are sometimes deliberately throw away expired products in the trash cans — despite the fact that, behind a dumpster waiting for their retirees. To give food to the needy in the hands is not allowed. Some even poured something late that it was impossible to eat.
In Russia there are charitable organizations, but face great difficulties. But in some Western countries long established practice giveaway products. Sometimes it’s food which comes out of date or just dented packaging. And, in some cases, charities are handing out absolutely fresh and even organic foods. And to get them, often not need to gather information about the low income and needy I believe in the word. In a network of popular videos that shoot the Russian-speaking bloggers — they show that they distributed to such charitable organizations. “Rosbalt. Like” gathered examples from USA, Finland, Spain and Germany.
In the United States in need can get free food at the charities. According to blogger Maria Karpenko, when it came to such a Fund, she has nobody checked the documents — just received food for the family. And products so much that they “can not spend money,” says Karpenko. Some banks and bundles of wrinkled — obviously, because of the loss of the presentation they gave to charity. But all the food is fresh and of high quality.
Maria showed what products she was given to a charitable organization. In the list — corn with sauce, tortillas, chocolate and protein bars, a sandwich with chicken, anchovies, sauces and salad dressings, vinegar, coconut milk, cookies, agave syrup, blackberries, chips, tea, pumpkin seeds, macaroni and cheese, dried Chile, corn flour, oatmeal, muesli, lentils, mineral water, beverages, ready soup packaging, jelly, eggs, yogurt, ham, chicken breast, rice, noodles. Mary also gave the deodorant and hair dye.
In Finland the needy distribute free products, which will be over soon expiration date. In this video blogger shows that she was given in the Church — rolls, grapes, milk, tomatoes, lettuce, chicken, cheese, cheese, sauce, cream, potato, canned meat, oatmeal, pasta, bread.
In Spain, too, every week you can get free products. For this charity, it is sufficient to show identity documents. The blogger revealed what products he was given to one person — the broth, the lentils, tomato paste, chickpeas, spaghetti, rice, canned fish, milk, bread, dried fruit, bananas, olives, broccoli, tomatoes, onions, cucumber, tomatoes, cabbage, potatoes, cookies.
In Germany distribute products whose expiry date. The video bloggers show you how paid 1 Euro and in return got food at a cost of approximately 100 euros. This is bananas, tomatoes, mushrooms, pies, bread, rolls, coffee, salads, chocolates, crabs, olives, smoothies, yogurt, sour cream, yogurt, spread on bread, prepared Lunches, pomegranate, cheese, muesli, pancakes, chicken, sweet pepper, cucumber, tangerines, nectarines, apples, peaches, butter, greens, grapes, walnuts, mozzarella, eggs, sausage.
Under many of these commercials, commentators have expressed regret that no such practice in Russia.