Food & farming

Tell Congress: Pass this bill to combat the worst kind of food waste

Raul Gonzalez Escobar |

Confusion around date labels on our food products is an absurd contributor to the problem of food waste in the U.S. The bipartisan Food Date Labeling Act is a commonsense, broadly popular solution that would keep money in people’s pockets and put food on people’s plates instead of in landfills.

Wasted food means wasted resources — as well as wasted opportunities to feed those who don’t have enough to eat. Tell your U.S. House representative: Help prevent massive amounts of food waste by standardizing date labels.


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