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[Homework]【整理】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 expiry?
Sell-by date or use-by date, those are the two that I got to buy by date.
Going with your gut on something and using them even if they've passed their date.
If it's rotten, it is rotten. You throw it away. For some if it looks OK, it's not molded, then I eat it.
But if it says use-by, I'll use it. And if it, you know, smells 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 guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with use by of best before.
It's estimated the UK households throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink every year. And campaigners said 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 that simply deteriorate in 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 our consumer to think about dates, numbers and so on. To take out display-by dates and sell-by dates which show they're only for the supermarket's benefit is gonna do wonders, 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.
H P, Sky News, Central London

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[Homework]【整理】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    ?  by date, or use by date, those are the two that I gonna to buy.
Going with your guide on something for news  may past their dates.
If it      ,you throw it away,if you look that is ok,it's not ,then I ate it.
If it's used by,I will use it,you know,the smell is funny,I wiill throw it away.
The government tries 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 guide lines will suggest many factories stick with used-by or best before.It is estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year and compainers says 60% of that could be avoided,saving families up to 50 pounds a month.
Sowe want to simplify this.So that you can see,when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's    ,something like soft cheese or smoked fish.And then we want best before as alternative for food start simply  quality.
The people supermarket in centural London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food.It even has so kitchen to cook anything that getting old.So 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 out by date which there only for the supermarket's benifits is gonna to do one thing,as I think, for the amount of food that checked away.
And it cost the living keeps on rising,the saving is too, might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.

         

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[Homework]【整理】2011-09-17 应对食品过期新对策

Almost everthing we eat has some kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay to the expiry? Yes, sell-buy date or use-by date. Those are two that I get to buy. Going with your guide on something and using even if they've passed the date. If it's rotten and it's rotten throw the // it's some if you look // and then I ate it. But if it says use-by, I will use it.If the smell is funny, I'll throw it away. The govenment try 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 manufactures stick with use-by or best before. It's estimated that the UK households threw away 8.3 millions pounds of food and drink every year and compaigners say the 60% of that could be avoided, saving families of 50 pounds a month. They want to simlify this so that you can see when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's //, something like soft cheese of smoked fish.And then they want best before as no // for food that simply // quality.The people's supermarket in century London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too munch food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's getting old to make sure it's no wasted and they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food. Now we show condition as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on to take out the display-by dates and sell-by dates which are the only for the supermarket's benefits, it's gonna do one thing, as I think, for tha amounts of the food that gots chopped away.And the cost of living keeps on rising, the savings too, might be // enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
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[Homework]【整理】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 the ex-?
-,used by date,those are two that I giude to get buy.
Going with you got and something that using that even is past their date.
If it is --,it looks ok,-then I eat it.
But if it says uses-by,I will ues it,-,you konw,it's -to -away.
The government tries 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 lines were suggested many factors stick with use-by or best before.
It's - that the UK household threw away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year,and compaigners said 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 - food should be used-by for food safety - if it's - something like soft cheese or smoked fish.And then we want best before as no - for food start - quality.
The people's supermarket in central London was fond on the belief that many shops waste too much food.It even has a kitchen to cook anything that is getting old,to make sure it is not wasted.And they try whrther possible to avoid showing any date on food.
Now was so condition as a - to think about dates,numbers and so on,to take out display by date and sell by date which there are only for supermarket's benefits ,It's gone do one as I think,for dinner or for food gets - away.
And the cost of living keeps on arising ,the savings too,might be ensentive enough to look beyond the date on the packaging.
-,shy news,central London.

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[Homework]【整理】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 expiring?
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 dateon it, but how much attention do we pay to expiry?

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

Going with your guton something and using even if they ‘ve pasttheir dates.

If it’s rotten, it’srotten, you throw it away; for some if it looks okay,it’s not molded, then I ate it.

If it says use-by, I will use it; and ifit, you know, smells funny, I throw it away.

The government’s trying to stop people wastingso much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing. So, out with thewords “sell-by” and “display-until”, instead, the new guidelines will suggest manufacturersstick with “use-by” or “better-before”.

It’s estimated that UK households throwaway 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year, and campaigners say that60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.

So we want to simplify this, so that youcan 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” asalternative for foods that start simply deterioratingquality.

The People’s Supermarket in central Londonwas founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has itsown kitchen to cook everything 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 areso conditioned, as consumers, to think aboutdates, numbers and so on. To take out “display-by” dates and “sell-by” dateswhich are there only for the supermarket’sbenefits. It’s gonna do one designed thing, as I think,for the amount of food that gets chopped away.

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

_____, Sky News, Central London.
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[Homework]【整理】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 expiry?
sell-by date or use-by date,those are the two that i gotta buy.
going with your gut on something and using even if they're passed their dates.
if it's rotten ,it's rotten,you throw it away.for some if you look that's ok,it's not molded,then i eat it.
but if it says use by ,i will use it.then if it's ,you know,the smell is funny,i throw it away.
the government 's trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the lables on the packaging less confusing.so,out with the words sell by and display until,instead,the new guidelines will suggest manufacturers stick with ues by or best before.
it's estimated that uk households threw away 8.3 millions 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 food's safety reasons if it's perishable,something like soft cheese or smoked fish.and then we want best before as alternative for foods that 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.they try where possible to avoid showing any dates on food.
now we're so conditioned ,as consumers,to think about dates ,numbers and so on.to take out display by dates and sell by dates which they're only for the supermarket benfits ,it's gonna do one,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.


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[Homework]【整理】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 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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[Homework]【整理】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 expiry?Yeah, sell by date or use by date, those are the only two that I gotta gotta buy..Going with your gut on something and using even if they've passed their dates.If it's wrong, you throw it away.  Some if you look that's ok,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 lack 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 when 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  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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[Homework]【整理】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 expire?
sell-by date or use-by date, those are the only two that I  buy..
Going with your got 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 deterating 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.


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[Homework]【整理】2011-09-17 应对食品过期新对策

Almost everything we eat have some kind of date on it,but how much attention do we really pay the expiry?Yeah,sell-buy date and use-buy date ,those are the only two that I gotta buy
Going with your gut on something and use even if they've past their date.
If it's rotten ,it's rotten ,I'll throw it away and  if some it's looks like okay ,it's not molded then I'll eat it.
But it says use-by ,I'll use it but ,you know ,the smell is funny,i throw it away.
The government trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labels on packaging less confusing.So out with the wordsell-by and displayuntil Instead, the new guide line will suggest the manufacture stick  with used by or better before.It's estimated that the UK household throw away 8.3 million tons of food and drinks every year.And campaigners said 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 one food should be used by for food safety reasons if  it is perishable , something like soft cheese and smoked fish. And then we want best before as alternative for food  that simply deteriorating quality.The People 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 conditions and so consumers to think about dates ,numbers and so on .To take out display-by date and sell-by this which that only for supermarket benefit gotta to one thing ,i think ,the amount of food that chopped away.And does the cost of living keep on rising ,the savings too ,might be incentive enough to look beyond the date on the  packaging.
Harriet Pres,Sky news, Central London



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[Homework]【整理】2011-09-17 应对食品过期新对策

Almost everything we eat has some kind of day on it, but how much attentiondo we really pay to it when buying.
sell by date, use by date, some too guided by.
Going with your God on something you use it even if it past its date.
If it’s wrong, threw it away. If it looks ok and not mooted*, I’ll eat it.
If it’s used by, I’ll use it. You know, smell funny,I’ll threw it away.
The government is trying to stop people wasting somuch food by making the labors on packaging less confusing, so out with thewords “sell by” and “displayed until”, instead, the guide line will suggestmanufactory stick with “use by” or “best before”.
It’s estimated the UK household threw away 8.3 milliontones of food and drink every year and campaign can save with 60% of that couldbe avoided, saving family on 50 pounds per month.
So we want to simplify it, so you could see whenthe food could be used by, for food safety reasons if it’s ***ble, somethinglike soft cheese and smoke fish. And then we want best before as no alternativefor food that simply ** the quality.
The People’s Supermarket in centre London was found on the believeof many shops waste too much food. It even has its own kitchen to cook anythingthat getting old to make sure it not wasted, and they try when possible to avoidshowing any dates on food. Now we sold conditions as *** to think about dates,numbers and so on.    Take out displayed bydates and sell by dates which ** the supermarket benefit it’s gonna do one ** Ithink to the market gets chops away.
And the cost of living keeps on raising, thesavings too, might be **  to look beyondthe date on the packaging.
Herry press, Sky news,Central London.
                                                   
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[Homework]【整理】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 expiry? Yet sell-by date or use-by date there are the two that I get them buy. Going with you guy on something and using even if they’ve passed their date. If it’s rotten, it’s rotten I throw away. If it looks ok, it’s not molded, I will eat it. But it says use-by, I’ll use it. Than if it’s you know, smells funny, I throw 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 the Uk household throw away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year and campaigners say 60% of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month. So we want to simplify this, so that you could see when the food should be used by for food safety reasons if its perishable something like soft cheese or smoked fish and then we want best before, as alternative for food 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 to as consumers to think about dates, numbers and so on. It’s take out display by dates and sell by dates which are there only for the supermarket’s profits. It’s gonna do one thing as I think for the amount of food that gets chopped away. And does 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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[Homework]【整理】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 expiry.Sell-by date or use-by date,those are the two that I guided by .Going with your guide on sth and using even if they have passed their dates.If it's... throw it away,but if it looks Ok and not ..and I eat it.But if it says use-by,I 'll use it and if it smells funny I throw it away.
The government tries to stop people wasting so much food by making the lables 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 best before.It's estimated that UK household throw away 8.3 million tonnes of food and drink everyear and campaigners say that  70% of that could be avoided,saving families up to 50 pounds a month.
So that you can see when a food should be used by for food safety reasons if it's ...sth like soft cheese or smoke fish.And let me want  best before as alternative for food start simply deteriorating quality.
The people 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 is 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 displayed-by dates and sell-by dates which they are only for the  supermarket benefit it's  gonna to ..for the amount of food to get chopped away.
And as the cost of living keeps on rising,the savings too,might be incentive enough to look beyound the date on the packaging.

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