-Food is Too Cheap in Norway

Every year, more than 300,000 tons of edible food is thrown away in Norway. About 80 percent of them is disposed of households. This is the starting point for Brekk's conclusion that the food is too cheap.

– It is high time to put down screaming choir who constantly say that we must have cheaper food. It leads to poor selection, poor quality and the producers who get too poorly paid for their goods, "said Break in his introduction to the conference on the prevention of food waste that NHO Mat and drink and NHO Mat and bio arranged yesterday.

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