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Foods Squander: Past 7 days Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)





Producers, sellers, and consumers squander tons of meals. John Oliver discusses the shocking sum of meals we don’t try to eat.

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20 comments

  1. this is literally an intercalary chapter in The Grapes of Wrath?

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  2. riblets

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  3. lovvveee youuu oliver

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  4. finally somone who agrees crunchberries are disgusting lol

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  5. I totally believed the lawsuit story until I saw this. The research on this show is incredible.

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  6. The average American Does NOT Throw away 20 lbs, of food each month, it's the grocery stores and sometimes the "farms". Yes, it does add up to an amount that could feed about 2-2.3 million people a year!

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  7. I hate America! 😀

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  8. Can't we just give all tgat food to the homeless?

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  9. Except sell-by dates and expiration dates are two different things

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  10. From what I've seen from this show, it seems to be a weekly reminder that as a whole (not individually) America is a fucking shit house, and when the rest of the world starts thinking their shit is gold he throws other countries in. Living on earth FeelsGoodMan (Ignore the fact that I just found this show……..I live in a pineapple under the sea.)

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  11. 25% is thrown away by households, so bigger part of the problem wasn't even touched. But you cant point the finger at the audience, bad for business

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  12. Yea my dad an I know how unnecessary it is to follow expiration dates, and it depends on what I'm eating but I've even had food that was a year out of date and had no problems, and sure I could just be lucky, but it still kind of proves the point, now if only my sister would agree, she'll refuse to eat something a few days before it expires.

    Also, I just have to say, it's good to know that I'm not the only one compelled to binge watch these videos

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  13. I once asked my manager when I worked at Wendy's why we couldn't donate all the food we were throwing out constantly. She said that bullshit lawsuit thing that grocery store worker said.
    In addition, another manager got mad at me because I was caught sneaking old food we had to throw away out. I told him the only reason I did it was because the only meals I get to eat are on my shift because literally all my money goes to rent to help my family. I was 17.

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  14. in Portugal the restaurants give to the poor but with an institution coordinate it. cheers & peace

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  15. We here in Switzerland have organizations that collect food waste that is still alright and redistribute it for free or very low prices to people who need it.

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  16. I once donated 15 cases of soup to a church and they threw them away on account of the "expiration date". I was so upset,… they could have given them back to me & donated them to another organization that would have been happy to accept.

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  17. Oh. My. God. That bloody Hardee's commercial is Amurica in a nutshell.

    Also, it physically hurt me when I had to throw a whole batch of food that wasn't even opened out when I worked at a cafeteria. When I did catering for a barmitsvah (agh sorry spelling) I was torn when I was told to throw away the children's quarter eaten food (many weren't even touched) away. Not because I've usually only eaten once whilst working, just because it hurts at how wasteful it is . I understand why, liability, but I would love to see an "after hours" for a restaurant where they just give all the food away. That or a bunch of starving people breaking into that waste dump

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  18. My mother has a job at Mama Earth Organic as a person who packs food into boxes that gets delivered to people's houses. People who pack the boxes have to judge the produce to see if it looks okay, but so much of it is not packed in, having a ton of extra, not perfect produce. The good thing is that they let employees take the extra home with them, which is very helpful because now my family and I can eat organic food, spend less on our grocery bill, and reduce food waste. I am not sponsored in any way by this company, but I think Mama Earth Organic is a good company because of how they are cutting down food waste

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  19. im in no doubt she spat the heart clogging rubbish out. top models dont tend to eat much and certainly not junk foods.

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  20. At least the rotting fruit will help the nearby plants

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