City Harvest‘s new PSA highlights food waste in New York.
Tags: Apples, city harvest, Food waste, New York
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That is pretty awesome, and I’m assuming they put the apples to good use afterwards. Can’t help but wonder which defunct train station they filmed that at.
See also: http://www.fallenfruit.org/
Good questions, I’ll find out.
Every time I hear about something LACMA is doing, I like it more. Yay museums.
City Harvest says:
The apples were actually computer-generated. We made a video of the process which is super cool:
It was filmed at the shuttle in Grand Central…
Excellent! Never would have guessed. Thanks for sleuthing.
Btw, not clear from the link to fallen fruit, but there are public fruit maps available for many U.S. cities.
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