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‘Freegans,’ deploring waste, dine well on discarded food

Alison Abreu-Garcia (left) and Julia Golomb, both 23 and both of Somerville, posed with some of the treasures they retrieved from a grocery store in the area. Alison Abreu-Garcia (left) and Julia Golomb, both 23 and both of Somerville, posed with some of the treasures they retrieved from a grocery store in the area. (Gretchen Ertl for The Boston Globe)
By Billy Baker
Globe Correspondent / December 3, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - Spring Greeney started eating food out of dumpsters shortly after she graduated from Harvard University. (Full article: 669 words)

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