City pol to introduce bill for website linking leftover food from eateries, markets with nonprofits serving the hungry

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City Councilman Rafael Espinal is set to introduce the bill Thursday. He believes it stop “edible” food from heading to landfills and instead deliver it to the mouths of hungry New Yorkers. (JEANNE NOONAN/FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)

Councilman Rafael Espinal will introduce legislation requiring the city to build a website that would connect leftover food from restaurants and supermarkets with nonprofits trying to feed the hungry, the Daily News writes.