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THE LEXICON OF SUSTAINABILITY

Food Waste

  • Aired: 02/20/2014
  • 04:19
  • Rating: NR
Did you know nearly 40 percent of food that’s grown, distributed, and bought never gets eaten? Learn why "ugly" food gets a bad rap. Through actions like food rescue and redistribution, composting and eating head to tail, people are doing something to reduce the food we waste.
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Learn how people are rescuing "ugly" food by composting, redistributing and eating wisely.
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