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The Race Against Waste: Why 'Best Before' Doesn’t Mean Bad After

Published on Jun 17 2019 9:45 AM

The Race Against Waste: Why 'Best Before' Doesn’t Mean Bad After

Aidan O'Sullivan talks to Odile Le Bolloch, member of the Food Waste Prevention team at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Ireland about why best before on labels doesn’t mean bad after.

According to the EPA Ireland generates over one million tonnes of food waste every year.

A study from the EPA Waste Characterisation study in 2018, looked at the six main public sectors for subsequent waste surveys (household waste was discussed in another survey).

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