Friday Buffet

In case you were wondering, here’s what Almeda County, i.e. Oakland, thinks about food scrap recycling

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According to this piece from Australia, one-third of Queensland bananas are graded out because they don’t meet supermarkets’ specifications. Crikey!

Words of wisdom, from Australia’s head banana man:

“I think perhaps years ago when most Australians had some direct connection to somebody who had a farm, people understood farming was not an exact science and produce was not made in a factory.”

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Nice story on Columbia U’s food donation, told on a really human level. You can process it viathe written word or the spoken:

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Two New Jersey moms fed up with all the disposable packing materials used in their kids’ packed lunches have created their ideal lunch box to aid the cause. Oddly, there doesn’t seem to be much attention to the massive amount of school food waste.

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