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[Homework]【整理】2011-09-17 应对食品过期新对策

Homework
Almost everything we eat have some kind of date on it but how much attention do we really pay it the expiry.
Yeah,..use by date,those are the only that I got to buy.
Going with your gotta on something and using even if they've passed their date.
If it's rotten.It' rotten.You throw it away.For some if you look it okay,it's not molded,then I ate it.
But if it says useby,I will use it and then if,smells funny.I throw it away.

The government's trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the labors on packaging less confusing.So,out with the words,sell-by and display until,instead the new guidelines will suggest manufacture 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 can be avoided,saving families up to 70 tons 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 is perishable,something like soft cheese or smolt fish and then we want best before as alternative for foods that simply deteriorating quality.

The people supermarket in central London was founded on the belif that many shops waste too much food.It even has its own kitchen to cook anything that's 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 dates and sell-by dates which they only for the supermarket's beneift it's gonna do one ,I think,for the amount of food that gets chopped away.

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

Harri Prest,Sky New.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 its expiry ?
Yea, sell-by date or use-by date. Those are the two that I guide to guide to buy.
Going with gad on something that using and they are passed gate.
It's rotten, it's rotten, you throw away for some if you you look at the case is not molded, then I ate it.
But if it said use-by, I would said  , you know, it's molded and then 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 on tail. Instead, the new guideline will suggest manufacturers stick with use-by or best before. It estimated that UK households throw away 8.3 millions tonnes of food and drink every year. And campaigners say that 60 percent of that could be avoided, saving families up to 50 pounds a month.
So we want to simplify it 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 let me want best before as alternatives for food that simply deteriorating quality.
The People's Supermarket in central London was found 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 date on food.
Now we're so conditioned as consumers to think about date, number and so on. To take out display-by date and sell-by date which are uneven supermarket's benefit is gonna be one of that thing announced or food that get checked away.
And as 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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[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?
Yeah, sell- by date or use- by day, those are ....two that I guide to buy.
Going with you god on something and using even if thay'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 ate it.
But if it says use-by, I will use it. Then if it's ,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 the words sell-buy and display until instead the new guidelines will suggestion manufactures 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 campaigner say the 60 percent 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 alternative for foods start simply deteriorating quality.
The people's supermarket is central London was founded on the belief that many shops waste too much food. It even has its the 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, number, 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 that 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 packing.
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 every thing we eat have someth kind of date on it, but how much attention do we really pay the expiry. yeah, some buy it or use by it  two that i guid. going with your guid on something to use the pass the date, it is not by the way, it sometimes looks the case. but if you have used by, i will use it in difficulties, you know, far from the way.the government are trying to stop people wasting so much food by making the lables on packaging less confusing, so out of the words, sell-by and display until instead when you guidline the suggestions of manufature stick with use by or best food. it that makes you can household throw away 8.3 million tons of food and drink every year, and companying is that 60% of that could be overweighted, saving family to fifty pounds every month. so we want simply is, so that you can see when the food should be used by, for food safety reasons, if it is parashabel, something like softchees or smotfish. and that we want best before as auternative for food standard quality.the people supermarket in the central lundon was found to believe many shops waste too much food. if it even has  kitchen to cook anything that is geting old to make sure it is not wasted. and they try when pusurable to aviod showing any dates on food. now we show conditions as consumers to think about dates,numbers, and so on.  and it is the cost on living keeps and rising to the savings too, the date on the package        now we

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