and yes the article also states that there is great waste through the consumer as well. SteveMcKay covered that and i agreed with him while pointing out that the topic in this thread is about waste from the distributors and suppliers not the consumer or the grower. and this topic is what can be done about how the suppliers operate.
do you actually bother to read other peoples comments ?Culprits? I already proved to you how regulations wouldn't be effective, did you have another way this could work besides expensive and useless bureaucracy which will invariably write laws to favor one particular business above the rest? Regulators are the government spin term for consolidators. We regulated the air-waves into a half dozen channels, we regulated radio into a few stations, news into 4 companies, energy regulation saw the complete take over of energy by a select few, and on and on and on without fail every single time.
did i not just show you part of the article where the government is not making threats of regulating but instead wants business to reveal what there actual waste is.
here i will print it again in the hope you actually read it this time.
it would seem that the government is asking what the business community is prepared to do, as apposed to you making a false assumption that the government only regulates.MPs want the Government to force retailers and manufacturers to reveal how much food their businesses waste annually. They are also calling for retailers with annual sales greater than £50 million to publish details of waste prevention strategies, spelling out targets to reduce each type of product.
no just educating business is not good enough that assumes they do not know what they are doing. what is needed is a government prepared to give business the opportunity to self correct and create there own regulations to live by. failing that the government needs the strength and teeth to enforce such regulations.They can only do this therefor by PR and education, not regulation. I'd support that, some PSA's saying "haste makes waste" or something.
again nothing to do with this OP. if your trying to cover up your mistake of suggesting sending rotten food to africans, to late.Yeah, though, if Europe never colonized Africa there would be far less starvation in the world. If America never neo-colonized SE Asia we'd have less starvation. This axillary fixer upper solutions do nothing to address the concerns of GLOBALISM. Globalism is the most profound cause of poverty and enslavement world wide