TikTok is fuming over alleged whole food Dumpster diving again


With large companies in the food industry such as Cracker Barrel and DoorDash launched food insecurity initiative, there is no escaping the fact that many Americans have difficulty purchasing food due to lack of money and other resources (through Healthy people 2020). Ironically, even if the 2020 census results reveal that 30 million of the 249 million Americans surveyed reported experiencing food insecurity (via CNN), the Environmental Protection Agency reports that the United States throws away nearly 40 million tons of food each year (through RTS) – an estimated 30 to 40% of its entire food supply.

Since July 2021, TikTok’s Dumpster Diving Freegan has purportedly exposed the massive food waste she encountered during her travels. Freegan argued in his first TikTok video. She was referring to a commercial trash can filled with supposedly unexpired food (via TikTok). Just this week, when Freegan showed her TikTok followers the sheer volume of foods she allegedly found in a Whole Foods retail store (via TikTok), they were appalled.

One commenter stated: “Remember, world hunger is not caused by lack of food, but by lack of proper distribution. Another lamented, “This makes me so sad. Also, I wonder why I’m still paying for the food.” User M found the alleged waste to be “outrageous.” And TikTok influencers Carleigh Bodrug (@plantyou) commented, “This is infuriating but I’m glad you found it.”

https://www.mashed.com/707485/tiktok-is-fuming-over-an-alleged-whole-foods-dumpster-dive-again/ TikTok is fuming over alleged whole food Dumpster diving again

Britta Zeltmann

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