Wasted: The Story Of Food Waste

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Almost two billion tons of food are wasted around the world every year. Meanwhile, twenty million people suffer from starvation in countries such as Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia, and Nigeria. Moreover, while farmers work hard to sustain the most essential element in civilization, almost one-third of the world’s population doesn’t even receive anything. Which is maddening that first world nations’ governments does not make actions on how to donate or maybe sell them for cheaper to countries that are in need instead of just dumping the food waste on landfills. Landfills have a huge impact on Earth for removing oxygen, which causes to break down aerobic process and as a result it releases methane. Furthermore, landfills will affect animals near…show more content…
A documentary film “Wasted! The Story of Food Waste” is about famous chefs from around the world sharing their thoughts about food waste. In like manner, the chefs describe waste as a n ugly form of food, but every chef’s goal is transforming them and making it into something that people would appreciate and be engaged in eating it again. Furthermore, waste should be looked differently because it needs more attention for it to be properly cooked and serve to others. With the creativity that most chefs do, food waste will decrease in restaurants around the world. This movement will inspire not just the other chefs who do it as a profession but also the people who cook at home to be creative when dealing with leftovers and be successful when recycling it so that there will be no waste to be made. As an old school chef, Anthony Bourdain said that he follows the method of “use everything, waste nothing” because for him it’s a disgrace to waste food since it has been his passion all his life (Wasted! The Story of Food Waste). Additionally, we can start this through the amount of groceries we buy when shopping because if we start minimizing our shopping carts, it will force us to use what we have rather than overusing the food just because we have an abundant supply of
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