WEF encourages eating expired foods

Schaub is a corrupt man. The World Economic Forum convinced the UK to remove ‘best before’ dates from food products in an effort to ‘conserve food waste’. In fact, these sick individuals do not care about human health and need a way to steer clear of the upcoming food shortage caused by their zero-emission dream.

The UK is set to remove ‘best before’ labels from around 500 products. When was the food shipped or packaged? It will be up to the consumer to use his best judgment. There are also plans to remove hundreds of “use before” dates on products. “Best Buy” refers to the quality of the food, while “use by” indicates whether it is safe for consumption. The World Economic Forum insists that these dates are meaningless because it may be safe to eat expired food. They even claim that milk is the UK’s third most wasted product, and it’s too dangerous to drink if it’s expired.

Expiration dates first appeared in stores after World War II as the popularity of large consumer chain markets rose. Before that, you can talk to sellers in mom and pop stores, and they take care of their products and their customers. You probably buy directly from the farms, depending on where you live. You cannot ask a fellow Publix where, say, an apple came from, and expect an exact answer. Food arrives by truck now and is often imported from abroad.

Therefore, the World Economic Forum would like us to eat bugs and expired foods. Rest assured that the elite will eat the best of it, board their fossil-fueled, powered and heated planes and yachts, and laugh while the rest of us suffer. Governments seem willing because they also do not want to admit failure due to lack of food.

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