Did you know that fruits and vegetables are one of the highest wasted food items in the market, where one of the main causes comes from consumers confusion in regards to understanding durability dates?
Companies such as Tesco, The British multinational grocery chain, are responding to this problem by making actions that avoid consumers' throwing away food that can still be edible. 🍅🥒🥕
The supermarket has removed "best before" dates from around 100 fruit and vegetable products since they believe that scrapping best-before dates may allow the products to stay accessible to purchase in the market for a longer period of time, and could also keep consumers away from making a wrong quality-judgment because of label misunderstandings.
Do you think "best before" means the same as "use by"? Do you consider important to have a durability date on the fruits and vegetables you buy? Share us your thoughts about this, we will be glad to address any concerns you may have!