In the UK, half of packaged foods are thrown away unopened because their warranty period has expired. In British supermarkets, to control food waste, they do not specify the shelf life of those products.
An English food waste charity, a Wrap Research shows that in the archipelago, about half of dairy products, fruit juices and packaged vegetables are thrown away unopened because their warranty period has expired. The “Keep Quality” date will soon be displayed in many stores. Also vegetables are not sold in packs, only by weight He announced Independent.
In the case of yogurt, consumers should use their “common sense” to determine if they are still good.
Said an expert from the British Food Standards Commission. According to the organization, after seeing and smelling them, customers need to find out if the product can still be consumed.
If they are not painted, they do not change color, and do not have a strange or unpleasant odor, they certainly have nothing wrong with it.
The commission says.
Considering the environment, to reduce plastic waste, fruits and vegetables will be delivered in bulk without being packaged as before.
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