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April 7, 2021 15 min

Where in the world is Lisa Wouters? An exhaustive world tour has finally brought Lisa face-to-face with her very own pile of food waste. Shocked at her past actions and ignorance, Lisa asks Labkost about what could be done to mitigate the problem. With her new lessons, Lisa must take one final step to take herself back home - can she make a change for the better deep within?

Check out EnVie Atelier for soups made from surplus vegetables at your local Belgian Okay and Colruyt stores. Also, check out the Olio app to spread the love and lifespan of your food and even your belongings!

Written by Paule-Emilie Ruy. Screenplay by Thiviya Nair. Edited by Soham Datta.
Research by Rita Meireles de Castro and Soham Datta.
Mixed and produced by Thiviya Nair.

Lisa Wouters: Cyrielle Delvenne
Labkost Galdearth: Jovan Perić
Katic MacLerie: Jenny Pearson
Yasmina de Vos: Eva Lambert
Thomas Vermeulen: Stefan Gevaert
Banque Alimantaire workers: Nicholas Theux-Lowen
Mother Nature / Narrator: Thiviya Nair

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