Grocery Stores Get Mostly Mediocre Scores On Their Food Waste Efforts

Grocery Stores Get Mostly Mediocre Scores On Their Food Waste Efforts

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Composting food scraps is one way to reduce food waste, but preventing excess food in the first place is better, says the EPA.

A new report, "Supermarkets Fail to Make the Grade in Reducing Food Waste," scores the 10 largest grocery stores on how they handle food waste. No store got an A, but Walmart got a B.

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