Yes, Italy's law encouraging supermarkets to donate food is definitely going to help the poor. Many food donation centers struggle to meet nutrition needs for the people they help, and supermarkets waste tons of food per day. There is no better way to use up that unsold, but perfectly edible, food than to donate it to those in need.
Yes, a law passed in Italy to encourage supermarkets to donate unsold food to the needy benefits the poor in a significant manner because it provides the poor with nutrition and food they may not otherwise have access to on a daily basis. Donated food is designed to help boost the survival rates of the poor and the homeless.
A new law in Italy should help the poor. It encourages all supermarkets to give unsold food to the needy. This food, which would otherwise be wasted, is plentiful enough to feed those in need. The law removes hurdles for supermarkets and farmers to donate the unused food to charity.
Some people choose to be homeless. There is nothing that the government can do. There will always be a certain percent that choose to live on the streets. They would rather spend money on alcohol than rent. If a hardworking person wants to, he or she can almost always budget their money in a way that allows them to put food on the table.