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Bloom provides an in depth expose on food waste from farm to fork and why we should care. He is critical but not cynical, and has definite suggestions on how to go about fixing... Read morePublished 2 months ago by tarheelfanatic
I am only about halfway through this book, but so far it is really engaging and interesting. It gives a lot of information about food waste, but using real life anecdotes and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by alexander pearson
I had to buy this for school, but it is a must read! Great info on how to reduce food waste.Published 4 months ago by brin
Bloom's book brings us up to speed on the true cost of our disposable society. Counterintuitive realities compromise us all.Published 5 months ago by David R Stipp
Far inferior to Tristram Stuart's "Waste". Primarily useful for revealing some specifically American geography of wastefulness. Plenty of interesting anecdotes of dubious veracity. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alexander Tarnas
This is the most informative book on how much food we actually waste. Every single American should read this and learn how to reduce their food waste and what else they can do to... Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. Borschow
This book provides an interesting look at food waste particularly in the US. Awareness of food waste is very low in developed countries particularly in the US. Read morePublished 9 months ago by RD
This book should be read by everyone who eats.
It is very informative! If you are eating while you read it, plan to eat it all.
I have been trying to organize a non-profit corporation for the re-distribution of unused food in the St. Louis area. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael S. Korenfeld, MD