Keith Johnson, Deseret Morning News
Americans are picky. If it isn't the best, we don't want it. I don't think that we are truly wasting that much food, when you compare how much we could possibly consume versus how much we produce. If a piece of bread has a small piece of mold, we throw the whole bag away. We are both careful and wasteful.
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