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Food waste

SUFC_Ross

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-34647454

gave this a read through and actually find it disgusting that so much good food is wasted year on year, with the gap between classes continually widening, I for one would not have any problem for paying for these as I find it hard enough to feed my family as it is, by having 'imperfect' vegetables for sale it would drive down prices of veg but prosper the farmers who grow them, it would help struggling families find it easier to put food on the table whilst encouraging healthy eating.
I'm not on the dole, I work in the city doing a 9-5 but the wage band is below the cost of living and I for one as I know there are thousands worse off struggle to keep myself and my family afloat and am considered on too good a wage by the government for any sort of help. I just find this disgusting.


Apologies for rambling on but this really did Grind my gears!
 
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