Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story
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Kitchen talk with Grant Baldwin of “Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story”

Consumers waste about 25% of the food they buy. Imagine having four bags of groceries, dropping one in the parking lot, and just leaving it there.

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“Just Eat It” director and film subject Grant Baldwin is shocked to find a dumpster filled with discarded hummus.

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A woman checks date labels in the dairy section. Many consumers throw out perfectly edible food because they are confused by what “best before” dates really mean.

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Producer and “Just Eat It” film subject Jen Rustemeyer looks over a pile of rescued food. After just a couple months of dumpster diving, her fridge and pantry are so full that she has nowhere to store groceries.

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A grocery shopper picks through fruit in the produce section. Most fruits and vegetables are culled due to aesthetic issues rather than safety concerns.

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“Just Eat It” director and film subject Grant Baldwin checks out a dumpster of excess, edible food.

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