Marks and Spencer requires their sandwich supplier, Hain Celestial group, to discard 4 slices from each loaf, the crust and the first slice at either end, amounting to 13,000 slices of fresh bread every day from a single factory.Photoghraphs: Simon Inglethorpe.
Cider-pressing in Sussex, England, Using apples that otherwise go to waste, gathered from the local area through the internet sharing site, ‘Freecycle’. October 2008. Photoghraphs: Adrian Leaman
The contents of the bins of an organic fruit and vegetable shop, Sussex, England, October 2006Photoghraphs: Tristam Stuart
Food waste collected on the streets of Seoul, South Korea, for composting and pig feed Photoghraphs: Tristam Stuart
The contents of a town Waitrose bin on 25 August 2008Photoghraphs: Tristam Stuart
Food waste being converted into pig feed at the Odakyu Food Ecology Centre in Sagamihara city, near Tokyo, Japan, 2008Photoghraphs: Tristam Stuart
A selection of fresh produce from the bins of a town Waitrose, July 2008Photoghraphs: Tristam Stuart
Kamei-san and his pigs, fed on food waste recycled at the Odakyu Food Ecology Centre, June 2008. The pigs are sold as eco-pork in the Odakyu department stores. Photoghraphs: Tristam Stuart
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