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Satisfeito Program

Satisfeito Program

The Satisfeito Program aims to shine a new light on the issue of hunger and food waste, showing how simple it can be for people to make a change in the world by being aware of how hungry they are, and choosing an appropriately sized dish at restaurants. In Portuguese, the word "Satisfeito" is a term used to express gratitude for a meal just eaten and to convey appreciation for the food just received. When customers visit the participating restaurants, they have the option of choosing a dish in the Satisfeito version, which is one-third smaller than the original size, but costs the same price. The restaurants savings will then be transferred in money to organizations that work towards child food security. The programme was initiated in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and it now being expanded to other countries around the world.
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