I don't know if you recall ENRON, but here in CA, Y2K we had brown outs. I was a student at Los Angeles Trade Tech, persuing a passion, culinary arts degree. We, like thousands of restaruants, hotels, event centers, grocers, homes, have our limits on safe food storage.. we tossed out tons of food because first semester you get a food handlers certificate, meaning you know the HACCP rules.. and this was a transition from "Home Economics"/ Chef apprenticship to Food Science.. anyways.. by law in every state, you can not feed people food you have to throw out, no matter what a waste it seems like. It could be that there is an organization that collects the food, like a food bank, or Red Cross, or National Guard..
Waste is treaure to many, and we've got some ways to go before we balance "spoils", which disasters make.
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