Food can be bought and wasted because of the ample amounts bought. Although, one may not give to the poor people of the world, food can be gone to compost, or can be used to make new food. Many belittle the fact that food waste is harmful to society. The first article, “U.S. throws away half of all food produce” By Suzanne Goldenberg explains how Fresh produce is often wasted in fields,warehouses,supermarkets,restaurants,and refrigerators.
Many normal humans view animals as family member when they raise it at home. This lead a vegetarianism to gone mainstream as people have become concerned about the conditions of industry farms. At same time, however, millions of animals slaughtered for food each year in our meat-eating society. From the all animals, chickens are consider as most abused animal in United States. More chickens are raised and killed for food than all the other land animals combined, yet not a single federal law or citizens protects them from this tragic situation.
Like i have three sisters and i hate cleaning up after my three sisters if i have to. Like come on how old are we. That why food isn't allowed in MR. Davis 5th PEriod class cause we have too many students (Dummies) that don't care and they do stuff that are stupid like oh i don't know through food … Which brings me to my next point, who throws food in class ? that's why we're writing .. remember? the students were throwing food then MR. Davis said ”OH NO“ so then he had us writing essays on why food is not allowed .. Soo ya but food should not be allowed because CHILDREN throw it and kill all the fun and make us write the essay that we’re doing now.
Kids also can get into a food throwing fight and cause the teacher to get very angry with them and send them out. Food should be banned in classroom because it causes other people to eat in class and cause distraction from working on their work. Eating food in class makes it think that everyone is ok to eat food in class when it is not allowed by the teacher. Some teachers allow it but those who don 't allow it are very strict about it because it 's their classroom and they may have stuff out like computers that can be damaged in the process of eating or drinking
Factor one includes food waste by restaurants throwing away uneaten food. Therefore, retail food establishments contributing 43 billion pounds of food wasted annually. Accordingly, annual food waste occurs in a few primary ways. Frequently, blemished foods that consumers do not purchase are simply put in the dumpster. Also, retailers discarding of food that lacks an ideal physical shape.
What if someone is allergic or gets queasy around grapes? They could throw up and make even more of a mess. Other people will see the throw up and start throwing up even more. The whole class could start throwing up and then there will be a big mess. The whole purpose of this essay is to express my feeling for eating and throwing food in class.
Finally, main point three will close out the paper with why the United States has an interest in Somalia. Lets discover something about Somalia! 2. The nation of Somalia is a nation plagued by famine, disease, war and death. In 1975 an official census was taken and concluded that the population of Somalia was approximately 10,616,380.2 Since then because of the famine and clan wars that have plagued Somalia, the census bureau has been unable to acquire a more recent and updated population estimate.
In the economically unpredictable country, the United States of America, there is obvious signs of corporate exploitation of the middle and lower classes in terms of economic status. However, the last thing you would think of are these huge food corporations scheming a class-based geographical empire of fast food chains with a scarcity of supermarkets. Food deserts are urban and rural areas, mainly of the lower class, that have virtually no access to healthy food options. Leading to more obesity and other dietary related diseases, such as diabetes. There are about 23 million people that live in food deserts, and out of that 23 million, “[more] than half of those people (13.5 million) are low- income” (Agricultural Marketing).
This food wastage represents a missed opportunity to improve global food security in a world where one in 8 is hungry. Producing this food also uses up precious natural resources that we need to feed the planet. Each year, food that is produced but not eaten guzzles up a volume of water equivalent to the annual flow of Russia 's Volga River. Producing this food also adds 3.3 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases to the atmosphere, with consequences for the climate and, ultimately, for food production. About 800 million people in the world suffer from hunger.
The inhumane killing of animals has become a universal problem in which, according to Farm Animal Rights Movement, “Tens of billions of land and sea animals are killed every year just for U.S. food consumption” (FARM). Though mainly killed for food production, there are many instances of animal slaughter due to overpopulation and disease control. The bison population, a victim of the latter, has experienced an extreme decrease in numbers in the United States. Native to North America, bison once covered much of the continent. However, the population tremendously decreased during the 19th century because, according to National Geographic, “Settlers killed some 50 million bison for food, sport, and to deprive Native Americans of their most important natural asset” (National Geographic).
The article, “Food Waste Is Becoming Serious Economic and Environmental Issue, Report Says,” by Ron Nixon, talks about food waste and of plans on how to stop it. Specifically, Nixon argues that there are millions of people all over the country that don’t have enough to eat. Also that there are people that go to bed hungry most days, while others are throwing away extra scraps they didn’t eat. Nixon writes about the tons of food thrown in the trash every week, resulting in economic and environmental issues. Also about how the Earth’s landfills then get filled up with even more garbage.
McDonald’s salads, introduced in 1987, make up just 2 percent to 3 percent of U.S. sales” (520). So, a conclusion could be drawn that consumers will and do choose the unhealthy option a majority of the time. However, it does not address the disconnect, or why people are still consuming foods that are unhealthy for them even when given other options. One reason prominently stands out above the rest and that is the lack of education on the real effects the American diet, a highly addictive diet comprised of processed foods, high in sugar and fat, and void of fresh produce and other