Legal Protection of Food Donors from Liability for Damage: Comparative Study, May 2013

The study examines the phenomenon of food waste in western societies by focusing on the question of encouraging food donation by providing a legal immunity to donors against food quality claims.
The study examines the legal position in the United States and in Canada.
The study focuses on the protection that states provide to food donors and whether there is an explicit exemption from civil and criminal liability. The study also discuses the extent of such immunity and what are the requirements for establishing such a defense.

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