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Wasted Food #285618

CBS Evening News for Friday, Aug 27, 1982
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(DC) Efforts to publicize wastefulness by grocery stores described, shown. [Representative Pete STARK - comments on good food found.] Salvaged food noted providing meals for local food kitchen. [Community activist Mitch SYNDER - hasn't missed meal for 10 years.] Cultural preference for certain foods discussed. [Giant Food, Incorporated vice president David RUTSTEIN - acknowledges high standards.] Future grocery participation in food bank outlined. [Community food bank spokesperson Rick STACK - notes increase of indigent.] [SYNDER - thinks coordination and will are needed now.]
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Kuralt, Charles;
Spencer, Susan

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