Trailer for Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story.

In The Clean Bin Project, Jen Rustemeyer and Grant Baldwin attempted to produce zero waste in an examination of our throw-away society. As a followup, they turn their eye to food waste from farm to fridge. They vow to stop buying groceries and for six months to survive exclusively on discarded food. The myths behind corporate food production and marketing make for easy pickings as the directors dismantle best-before dates and show how our idea of “perfect produce” encourages us to discard perfectly edible and nutritious food—collateral damage in an age of food security headlines. Living as freegans (on mostly organic food!), their stockpile of found food demonstrates how the supply and demand chain is out of sync. It becomes immediately apparent this is a widespread problem with simple solutions. Unlike many environmental films that portray apocalyptic outcomes or make viewers feel helpless, Rustemeyer’s and Baldwin’s personal investment makes major sustainability issues comprehensible, solvable and delicious.

Duration
1 min 49 sec

Views
5,315

Posted On
March 31, 2014
Director
Grant Baldwin

Writer
Unknown or Not Available

Studio
Independent

Release
April 24, 2014
Cast
Unknown or Not Available
Trailer Tracks
No Music Available
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