Director of the Emily Broad Leib of Harvard Food Law & Policy Clinic was quoted in a Los Alamos Daily Post  article on the financial and social costs of food waste, and how  “sell by,” “best by,” or “expiration dates” add to the tons of food discarded daily.

“It has nothing to do with safety. It is the manufacturer’s best guess of when food will be the freshest and the best quality.”

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