Open your eyes to the effects of wastage with ‘Wasted: The Story of Food Waste’ | Inquirer Entertainment

Open your eyes to the effects of wastage with ‘Wasted: The Story of Food Waste’

/ 12:04 PM March 28, 2019

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In the last quarter of 2018 alone, around 2.4 million Filipino families experienced involuntary hunger, according to a Social Weather Stations (SWS) survey.

While this is alarming, it is sad to note that when we come to the nearest grocery store or restaurant chain, we still see loads of food being thrown out and  wasted.

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This is the issue that the latest show from Pop Life TV will tackle.

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“Wasted: The Story of Food Waste” will help viewers be more aware about how our food is being produced. It also aims to open our eyes about the mountainous food waste we tend to also produce despite the massive hunger problem the world is facing today.

Food waste is a growing concern and has numerous effects like climate change, poverty and poor health. The show will help viewers figure out ways to review how we consume food and how we can avoid wasting it. JB

To access the channel and watch “Wasted: The Story of Food Waste”, re-scan your digital box for Pop Life TV on BEAM.

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