I went dumpster diving at my local Whole Foods and found $1,000 worth of fresh baked goods, produce

New York Post

Cover picture for the articleA self-proclaimed “dumpster diver” has shown off her massive food haul after nabbing $1,000 worth of fancy food for free. The woman, who goes by the name Dumpster Diving Freegan on TikTok, rummaged through bins at her local Whole Foods store and found a range of bakery items, a case of...

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Charles Bryant

no it's not stealing. if you look it may be out of date or the package may be damaged in some way. a lot of your stores are discounted price but most of them will throw it in the dumpster. that's how most of the homeless people survive. now that all the people that don't need it have found out about it and they're going to go running around raiding the dumpsters and put them on social media and it's going to force the stores to quit doing that. people that don't need it are out there gathering it up like they're starving to death think about the poor people that's living under the overpasses and then cardboard boxes covering up with newspapers at night trying to survive and all you're doing is taking food from them

it's just me 72

if people stopped suing for everything this wouldn't happen. someone got sick from something free they received at a store and now no one gets anything free. don't blame the corporation.

Suzanne Minerd Harkins Eckley

With as much food as this country wastes, there is no reason anyone in our country should go to bed hungry. Yet millions do, and we not only continue to throw food away, we feed other countries!


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