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At the Badaro Farmers Market, a group of volunteers prepare and hand out lemonade and tomato soup to passersby.In that first event, 200 volunteers cooked 1.2 tons of vegetables, feeding 800 people.Philippe Rahbe, who's French-Lebanese, founded Disco Soup Lebanon in Beirut last November.The Disco Soup initiative is on a much more modest scale in Beirut.Rahbe has plans to take Disco Soup beyond Badaro. During the last event, he was approached by a local circus organization interested in hosting a Disco Soup, hoping to gather a higher number of volunteers and reach more young people.
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