Craig Reucassel goes out to a local supermarket to inform shoppers of the amount of food they will waste from their shopping trolleys. Find out how much food an average Australian household puts into the bin.
Craig Reucassel goes out to a banana farm in Queensland to find out why farmers are forced to throw out edible fruit and vegetables even before it hits the supermarket.
Craig Reucassel investigates the cosmetic standards that supermarkets have applied on fruit and vegetables claiming that consumers will not but the food if they don't meet the standard. Is that actually true?
Craig Reucassel meets with a local neighbourhood and finds out how much waste is produced. Together as a community the household try to find solutions to the waste problems present.
Craig Reucassel meets with a dumpster diving lady who spends time going through supermarket bins to find edible food that has been thrown away.
Craig Reucassel discovers how a neighbourhood can work together to be more sustainable. He also discovers a place where food is supplied to the less fortunate.
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