Are food expiration dates important?
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The world produces enough food for everyone but about a third of it is lost or wasted along the supply chain, according to the United Nations, which says the average person wastes 74 kg (163 lbs) of food each year.
What can we as individuals do to reduce our carbon footprint and waste less food?
Climate behavioral scientist Dr. Sweta Chakraborty explains to us where we could start.
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