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Troels Knudsen

Distributing Organic Vegetables

PRESENTED ON SEP 20, 2013
IN AALBORG @ VOL 14

During the day Troels Knudsen studies politics and administration at Aalborg University. As a volunteer he is one of the main forces of Aalborg Fødevareselskab where they distribute local organic vegetables. (In Danish)

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