Live PD: Eatin’ Freegan (Season 2) | A&E

An officer spots a man dumpster diving behind a closed store, and finds out that he’s just trying not to waste food in this clip from “03.23.18”. #LivePD
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Live PD
Season 2
Episode 43
03.23.18

On “Live PD,” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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43 thoughts on “Live PD: Eatin’ Freegan (Season 2) | A&E

  1. Anyone else feeling uncomfortable about how those perfectly good food being thrown away? I mean the store has to discard them cuz at least some of those are bad but, this episode is gonna be a bit of a thinker for me.

  2. What it interesting here is that with all the red tape around donating food, most businesses actually do just throw stuff out at the end of the day, it's less trouble for them that way. I have worked for plenty of them and have seen it all. I used to make all the "waste" food with my manager and we would go out back and give it to all of the homeless people waiting back behind the store for it. Otherwise it would just get thrown out so why not? You run into trouble when word gets out and normal people try to take advantage. That's why a lot of grocery stores throw their food out in a locked dumpster, so people can't dumpster dive. What's messed up is that grocery stores intentionally buy excess food to subconsciously get you, the consumer, to buy more than you need, which in turn makes you overweight, crave food more and then continue to buy excess food. Every store has metrics that track these things and much more.

  3. When I dived, I got: organic peanut butter, 3 mon before "best by"; boxes of granola 1 mon to "best by"; afternoon delivery bagels the next morning. Friend who worked at store told me they toss stuff to make room on the shelves for new product. It's criminal the amount of food waste that happens.

  4. I've had milk that is over a week past the sale date and it's fine. It if passes the sniff test there's nothing wrong with it. Now I will draw the line if it's room temperature. But if it's always been refrigerated there's no problem.

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