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Sell-By Labels To Be Phased Out


The "sell-by" date on food packaging is to be removed in a bid to cut £12bn worth of good food which ends up in the bin, in new Government measures.

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Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expiry?

"Yeah, sell-by date or use-by date, those are the only two that I gotta buy.."

"Going with your gut on something and using even if they've passed their dates."

"If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. For some if you look that's okay, it’s not molded, then I ate it."

"But it says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's, you know, the smell is funny, I throw it away."

The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out with the words sell-by and display until, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with use-by or best before. It's estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.

So we want to simplify this. So that you can see, when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish, and then we want best before as alternative for foods start simply deteriorating quality.

The People's Supermarket in Central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are there only for the supermarket's benefits, it's gonna do one thing, as I think, for the amount of food that gets chopped away.

And as the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.

Harriet Prest , Sky News, Central London.

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Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expired?

Yeah, sell by date or use by date, these are the two that I'm guided by.

Going with your God on something in using and even if they have passed their date.

If it's rotten, it's rotten. You throw it away. For some if it looks like it's OK not moldy, I ate it.

But it says used by, I will use it then. If its, you know, smell is funny, I throw it away.

The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So out with words "sell by" and "display utill", instead the new guidelines will suggest manufacurers stick with "use by" or "best before". It's estimated that UK households throw away 6.3 million tons of food and drink every year, and campaigners say 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 ponds a month.

So we want to simplify this, so you can see when a food should be used by for food safty reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish. And then we want "best before" as an alternative for foods that simply deteriorate quality.

The People's Supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted. And they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out "display by date" and "sell by date" which they're only for the supermarket's benefit is gonna to do one as I think the amount of food that gets chopped away.

And the cost of living keeps on rising. The savings too, might be incentive enought to look beyong the date on the packaging. Harriot Prist, SKY news, central London.
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HW:
Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expiring?

Yes, sell by date or use by date, those are what two that I guide to buy. Going with your guide on something that using even theyre passing their dates. If it is wrongly,// meat,
throw it away if some if you look at case not motty and I ate it. But if it says use by I would use that than deffits over, you know if smell is funny, I throw it away.


The governments tying to stop people wasting so much food, by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So out with the words sell by and display until, instead the new guidelines would suggest manufactures stick with use by or better before.

It is estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tons of food during every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided. Saving families up to 50 punds of month.

So we want to simplify this, so that you can see when the food should be used by for food safety reasons if it is perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish. And then we want best before as alternative for foods that simply deteriating quality.

The peoples supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has a // so in kitchen to cook anything thats getting old to make sure its not wasted. And they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now it is so conditioned that as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display by dates and sell by dates which they are only for the supermarket benefit, its gonna to do wonders I think for email of food that gets chart away.

And as cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
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Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to this expiry?

Yeah, sell-by date, use-by date, those are the two that I guide by..

Going with what you’ve got on something that's using even if they've passed their dates.

If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. For some if you look that's okay, it’s not molded, then I ate it.

But if says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's, you know, the smell is funny, I throw it away.

The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out with the words, sell-by and display until, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with use-by or best before. It's estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.

So we want to simplify this. So that you can see, when the food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish, and then we want best before as an alternative for foods start simply deteriorating quality.

The people's supermarket in central London was founded on a belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's now wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are there only for the supermarket's benefits. It's gonna do one as I think for the amount of food they get chopped away.

And the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
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almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it but how much attention we really pay for the expiry
sell by date to use by date those of whom two that i guide to buy going with your god on sth in using even they are pass their date
xxxx throw away for some it looks a xxxxx but if it says use by i will use it and then you know smell it xxx throw away
the goverment trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the label on packaging less confusing so out with the words sell-by and display until instead the new guide line will suggest manufacture stick with the use by or best before it is estimate by uk household throw away 8.3 milion tonnes of food and drink every year complainer say that 60% of that could be avoided saving family up to 50 pounds a month so we want to simplify this so that you can see when a food should be used by for food safety reason it is perishable sth like soft cheese or smoke fish and then we want best before as alternative for food that simply deteriorating quality the people supermarket in central london wwas found it on the believe the many shop waste too much food and it is even has it xxx kitchen to cook anything thats getting old to make sure its not wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any date on food
now we xxx condition as consumer to think about date number and so on to take out display by date and sell by date which they are only for the supermarket benefit is gonna do one xxxx for the amount of food get to xxx away and this is the cost of living keep on raising the saving too might being sentive enough to look be on the date on the packaging
.xxxxxx.........
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[Homework]2011-09-17 应对食品过期新对策

Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expired?

Yeah, sell by date or use by date, these are the two that I'm guided by.

Going with your God on something in using and even if they have passed their date.

If it's rotten, it's rotten. You throw it away. For some if it looks like it's OK not moldy, I ate it.

But it says used by, I will use it then. If its, you know, smell is funny, I throw it away.

The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So out with words sell by and display utill, instead the new guidelines will suggest manufacurers stick with use by or best before. It's estimated that UK households throw away 6.3 million tons of food and drink every year, and campaigners say 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 ponds a month.

So we want to simplify this, so you can see when a food should be used by for food safty reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish. And then we want best before as an alternative for foods that simply deteriorate quality.

The People's Supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted. And they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display by date and sell by date which they're only for the supermarket's benefit is gonna to do one as I think the amount of food that gets chopped away.

And the cost of living keeps on rising. The savings too, might be incentive enought to look beyong the date on the packaging. Harriot Prist, SKY news, central London.
This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to this expiry?

Yeah, sell-by date, use-by date, those are the two that I guided by..

Going with what you’ve got on something that's using even if they've passed their dates.

If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. For some if you look that's okay, it’s not moulded, then I ate it.

But if says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's, you know, the smell is funny, I throw it away.

The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out with the words, sell-by and display until, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with use-by or best before. It's estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.

So we want to simplify this. So that you can see, when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish, and then we want best before as an alternative for foods start simply deteriorating quality.

The people's supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are there only for the supermarket's benefits. It's gonna do one as I think for the amount of food that gets chopped away.

And the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
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HW

Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it. But how much attention do we really pay to the expiry?

There is sell-by date, used-by date, those of two dates that I get guided by.  
Going with your guide on something using even if they have passed the date.
If it’s rotten, it’s rotten, throw it away. If it looks ok, not molded, I eat them too.
But if it says used-by, I’ll use it. If it smokes, you know, I will throw it away.

The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out of the words sell-by and display until, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with used-by or best before.

It’s estimated that UK households stroll away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that can be avoided, saving family up to 50 pounds a month.

So we want to simplify this so that you can see when the food should be used by for food’s safety reasons if it’s perishable, something like soft cheese or smoke fish. And then we want best before as alternative for foods start simply deteriorating quality.

The People’s Supermarket in central London was founded in the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that’s getting old to make sure it’s not wasted. And they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

Now we so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display by dates, and sell-by dates which they are only for the supermarket’s benefit. It’s going to wonder as I think for the amount of food that gets chokes away.

And as the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
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Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much do we really pay to the expiry?

yeah, the sell-by date, use-by date ,those are the two that i guide(这叼阿三说话都说不直!!!)
Going with your guide on something that's using even if they've past their dates.
If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. if it looks it's okay, it's not molded, then I ate it.
If says use-by, i will use it, and then if it's, you know, it smells funny, I throw it away.
The government's trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. so out with the words sell-by and display until, instead the new guidelines will suggest manufactures stick with use-by or better-before.

It’s estimated that the UK households throw up 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.
So we want to simplify this so that you can see when the food should be used-by? For food safety reasons, if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish. And then we want best-before as an alternative for foods that simply deteriorating quality.

The people's supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops wasted too much food. it even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted, and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.
Now we were so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on, to take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are there only for the supermarket's benefits. It’s gonna do one as i think for the amount of food that gets chopped away.
And the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings, too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.

H&P, Skynews, central London.
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[Homework]2011-09-17 应对食品过期新对策

Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it. But how much attention do we really paid has been inspiring.
use-by date too.
Going with your gut on something and using them even they are past their date.
If it is rotten, I throw it away if it looks OK then I ate it.
But if it says use-by I will use, you know, if it smells I will throw away.
The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing so out with the words sell-by and displayed on tail instead the new guidelines would suggest manufactures sticked with use-by or best-before. It estimated UK household throw away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year. And campaign says 60 percent of that could be avoided saving family are 50 pounds a month. So we want to simplify this so that you can see when the food should be used by for food safety reasons. If it is perishable something like soft cheese or smot fish. And then we want best-before as alternative for foods that simply deteriorating quality. The people in the supermakert in Central London was found many shops waste too much food. It even has kitchen to cook anything that is getting old to make sure it is not wasted. And they are trying where possible to avoid showing any dates on the food. Now we are in the condition as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on, to take out display-by date and sell-by date which is not only for the supermarket's benefits and do others a good thing food checked. And the cost living keys are rising and the savings too might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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Almost everything we eat has some kind in dangerous,how many attentions you really pay this bolly.
The government try to stop people wasting so muck food by making the labor on packaging lack confusing,so out with a word ,sale by and display untill instead when you get like xxxx  manufacturor with the used be  or brackfootball.Exceptly make it you can help xxx  away 8.3million hundred fruit drink for years and compare 60% for that could be avoided .Saving family of 50 pound a month ,so you want to simplify there,so that you can see once a food should be used by for food save.It is xxx  something like soft cheese ,smoked fish and let me want best before.
But people's Supermarket in cental London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food ,it even have and keep cook anything look getting old,to make sure it's not wasted ,and try where possible to avoild showing any dates on food.Now it is so conditioned that as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on,take out this way by show only the supermarket benifit is xxx  what I think  xxxxx.And the cost of living keeps on rising ,the saving too,might be  xxx   to look beyong the date on the packaging . xxx  Sky New, cental London.
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 Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expiry?

 Yeah, sell-by date or use-by date, those are the only two that I gotta buy..

 Going with your gut on something than using even if they've passed their dates.

 If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. For some if you look that's okay, it’s not moulded, then I ate it.

 But if says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's, you know, the smell is funny, I throw it away.

 The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out with the words sell-by and display until, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with use-by or best before. It's estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.

 So we want to simplify this. So that you can see, when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish, and then we want best before as / alternative for foods that口误?) start simply deteriorating quality.

 The People's Supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

 Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are there only for the supermarket's benefits, it's gonna do one thing, as I think,  for the amount of food that gets chopped away.

 And the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.

  Harrod Priest,
Sky News, central London.
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HW

Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it.but how much attention do we really pay to this expiry.

-Yeah, sell-by date, use-by date, those are the two that I guided by..

-Going with what you’ve got on something that's using even if they've passed their dates.

-If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. For some if you look that's okay, it’s not moulded, then I ate it.

-But if says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's, you know, the smell is funny, I throw it away.

The government try to stop the people waste so much food by making a label on package less confusing,so out of the words,so by under display untell instead new guidelind suggest manufacturers stick with useby overbuy before.

It is estimated that UK householder throw away  eight point three Million tonnes food and drink every year and ccampaigners say that sixty percent of that could be avoid it saving family out to fifty pound a month

-So we want to simply find this. So that you can see when the food should be useby for food safty reason with perishable.Something like soft cheese ,smoked fish,and let me want best before as alterative for food start simply deteriorating quality.

The people' supermarkent in central of London found that believe many soft waste too much food and even has own kitchen to cook anything looks getting old.to make sure it is not wasted and possible to avoid to showwing any date on food.

-Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers ,so on to take out display by date-sale buy it only the super market benefit,It is gonna do one as i think for the amout of food that gets chopped away

And the cost of living keeps on rising the saving too might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
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HW

Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expiring?
'Yeah sell-by date or use-by date. Those are the two that I'm guided by.'
'Going by your gut on something and using some even if they are past their date.'
'If it's rotten, it's rotten and you throw it away. But if it looks okay, then it's not molded and I eat it.'
'But if it says 'use-by', I will eat it and then if, you know, it smells funny, I throw it away.'

The government's trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So out with the words 'sell by' and 'display until', instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with 'use by' or 'better before'.  

It's estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year and campaigners say that 60 per cent of that could be avoided, saving families up to £50 a month.
'So we want to simplify this, so that you can see when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish. And then we want 'best before' as an alternative for a food that's simply deteriorating quality. '

The People's Supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted. And they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.  
'Now we are so conditioned to, as consumers, to think about dates, numbers and so on, to take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are only there for the supermarket's benefit. It's going to do wonders, I think, for the amount of food that gets chucked away.'

And as cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
Harriet Prest, Sky News, central London.

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 Almost everything we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expiry?

 Yeah, sell-by date or use-by date, those are the only two that I gotta buy..

 Going with your gut on something than using even if they've passed their dates.

 If it's rotten, it's rotten, you throw it away. For some if you look that's okay, it’s not moulded, then I ate it.

 But if says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's, you know, the smell is funny, I throw it away.

 The government is trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out with the words sell-by and display until, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with use-by or best before. It's estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.

 So we want to simplify this. So that you can see, when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's perishable, something like soft cheese or smoked fish, and then we want best before as / alternative for foods  start simply deteriorating quality.

 The People's Supermarket in central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's not wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.

 Now we are so conditioned as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which are there only for the supermarket's benefits, it's gonna do one thing, as I think,  for the amount of food that gets chopped away.

 And as the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.

  Harrod Priest,
Sky News, central London.
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