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3 February 2014
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Alright, that makes sense. I'm subscribed to a few threads, but I didn't know what watches were. Thanks parlance and AG

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fabfouremily said
Aw it's a shame it seems like she ruined it a bit. Do you think maybe she was just a bit jealous that you were getting the attention (as they're your colleagues)?

Over here Lidl has a bit of a bad name but I get the impression that isn't so on the continent. When I went to Germany it was the Lidl's that seemed the most popular and the most numberable. It's good they reward their workers. I mean, I'm sure you do a fantastic job, but the variety of veg isn't really down to you personally (or your co-workers), is it? Though I suppose you do have to handle it carefully.

 

Over here it's reputation has improved over the years. It's certainly not on the same foot as Aldi, for example. I hate Aldi. Lidl is much better. The variety of veg isn't down to us, of course not, but the quality is, in a way. We always check the fruit and vegetables every morning and evening and have to throw away stuff that looks even remotely damaged or whatever. Our protocol is: If you wouldn't buy it yourself, then throw it away. They rather have only 3 tomatoes on the shelf that look good than 12 of which half of them look rotten. Also, if we have a bag of apples, and one of them looks bad, we have to throw away the whole bag. So in a way, we ARE responsible for what it looks like. Anyway, it was a nice present.

Yeah I don't know. She behaves like that at home as well, she just expects everyone to please her and well, you just can't always have it your way in life. She doesn't understand that. It was good that one of my colleagues told her she complained too much. That calmed her down a bit.

Today was a good day. I had my portfolio assessment (a portfolio is basically a presentation of yourself and in which you have to show you're competent enough for this workfield). My teacher said it looked great, and that it was in the top. I couldn't believe it. He also gave me a positive study advice and asked if I wanted to participate in the honeurs programme, which is for excellent students. Then he started about my attitude, and told me I radiate calmness and friendliness. Which is something else from what they always said in secondary school, always telling me I looked nervous.

4 February 2014
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fabfouremily said
Aw it's a shame it seems like she ruined it a bit. Do you think maybe she was just a bit jealous that you were getting the attention (as they're your colleagues)?

Over here Lidl has a bit of a bad name but I get the impression that isn't so on the continent. When I went to Germany it was the Lidl's that seemed the most popular and the most numberable. It's good they reward their workers. I mean, I'm sure you do a fantastic job, but the variety of veg isn't really down to you personally (or your co-workers), is it? Though I suppose you do have to handle it carefully.

 

Over here it's reputation has improved over the years. It's certainly not on the same foot as Aldi, for example. I hate Aldi. Lidl is much better. The variety of veg isn't down to us, of course not, but the quality is, in a way. We always check the fruit and vegetables every morning and evening and have to throw away stuff that looks even remotely damaged or whatever. Our protocol is: If you wouldn't buy it yourself, then throw it away. They rather have only 3 tomatoes on the shelf that look good than 12 of which half of them look rotten. Also, if we have a bag of apples, and one of them looks bad, we have to throw away the whole bag. So in a way, we ARE responsible for what it looks like. Anyway, it was a nice present.

Yeah I don't know. She behaves like that at home as well, she just expects everyone to please her and well, you just can't always have it your way in life. She doesn't understand that. It was good that one of my colleagues told her she complained too much. That calmed her down a bit.

Today was a good day. I had my portfolio assessment (a portfolio is basically a presentation of yourself and in which you have to show you're competent enough for this workfield). My teacher said it looked great, and that it was in the top. I couldn't believe it. He also gave me a positive study advice and asked if I wanted to participate in the honeurs programme, which is for excellent students. Then he started about my attitude, and told me I radiate calmness and friendliness. Which is something else from what they always said in secondary school, always telling me I looked nervous.

Sounds like an awful waste of food.

Its something that is happening over here in the UK with more attention being given to how much food gets wasted, either thru shops judging them to be of poor eye-appeal to shoppers or past the sell by date or people buying too much and not using it. Something has to change as too much is being needlessly discarded whilst so many are staving. Ideally what the supermarkets bin (most of it having nothing wrong with it in the slightest) should be given to homeless shelters and the like, but the argument against that is that someone might get ill and sue. Pathetic that so many can go hungry because of the fear of a lawsuit.

For a time i worked at a community shelter where folks could go for a few hours and play games or hang out, we would go to a local bakers and got all their unwanted food beforehand and put it out. It would go so quickly. Otherwise it would just have went in the bin. And we are talking about up to 10 trays of food at times. Complete waste.

Folks at home should be more aware of what they buy and not fall for deals in the shops, be more sensible when shopping, whilst at the same time stores should be made to look at how they sell and promote merchandise.

I was asked in my local store a couple of few days ago if i wanted the carrot i was buying because it was slightly out of shape. Nothing wrong with it at all bar the shape. Told the worker "no, its a carrot, there's nothing wrong with it", paid and left. Presumably its store policy but seriously.

Anyway.

Glad you had a better day Linde and well done on not only your assessment portfolio but also your offer of participating in the honeurs programme and how you conduct yourself in class. Go you.apple01

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fabfouremily said Aw it's a shame it seems like she ruined it a bit. Do you think maybe she was just a bit jealous that you were getting the attention (as they're your colleagues)?
Over here Lidl has a bit of a bad name but I get the impression that isn't so on the continent. When I went to Germany it was the Lidl's that seemed the most popular and the most numberable. It's good they reward their workers. I mean, I'm sure you do a fantastic job, but the variety of veg isn't really down to you personally (or your co-workers), is it? Though I suppose you do have to handle it carefully.

  Over here it's reputation has improved over the years. It's certainly not on the same foot as Aldi, for example. I hate Aldi. Lidl is much better. The variety of veg isn't down to us, of course not, but the quality is, in a way. We always check the fruit and vegetables every morning and evening and have to throw away stuff that looks even remotely damaged or whatever. Our protocol is: If you wouldn't buy it yourself, then throw it away. They rather have only 3 tomatoes on the shelf that look good than 12 of which half of them look rotten. Also, if we have a bag of apples, and one of them looks bad, we have to throw away the whole bag. So in a way, we ARE responsible for what it looks like. Anyway, it was a nice present. Yeah I don't know. She behaves like that at home as well, she just expects everyone to please her and well, you just can't always have it your way in life. She doesn't understand that. It was good that one of my colleagues told her she complained too much. That calmed her down a bit.
Today was a good day. I had my portfolio assessment (a portfolio is basically a presentation of yourself and in which you have to show you're competent enough for this workfield). My teacher said it looked great, and that it was in the top. I couldn't believe it. He also gave me a positive study advice and asked if I wanted to participate in the honeurs programme, which is for excellent students. Then he started about my attitude, and told me I radiate calmness and friendliness. Which is something else from what they always said in secondary school, always telling me I looked nervous.

Sounds like an awful waste of food.
Its something that is happening over here in the UK with more attention being given to how much food gets wasted, either thru shops judging them to be of poor eye-appeal to shoppers or past the sell by date or people buying too much and not using it. Something has to change as too much is being needlessly discarded whilst so many are staving. Ideally what the supermarkets bin (most of it having nothing wrong with it in the slightest) should be given to homeless shelters and the like, but the argument against that is that someone might get ill and sue. Pathetic that so many can go hungry because of the fear of a lawsuit.
For a time i worked at a community shelter where folks could go for a few hours and play games or hang out, we would go to a local bakers and got all their unwanted food beforehand and put it out. It would go so quickly. Otherwise it would just have went in the bin. And we are talking about up to 10 trays of food at times. Complete waste.
Folks at home should be more aware of what they buy and not fall for deals in the shops, be more sensible when shopping, whilst at the same time stores should be made to look at how they sell and promote merchandise.
I was asked in my local store a couple of few days ago if i wanted the carrot i was buying because it was slightly out of shape. Nothing wrong with it at all bar the shape. Told the worker "no, its a carrot, there's nothing wrong with it", paid and left. Presumably its store policy but seriously.
Anyway.
Glad you had a better day Linde and well done on not only your assessment portfolio but also your offer of participating in the honeurs programme and how you conduct yourself in class. Go you.<img
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Reminds me of a novel I read about 2 years ago where dumpster diving played a prominent role.

Linde, awesome work on the portfolio. We concur with your teacher's assessment of your abilities and attitudes. Keep up the good work. You're making us proud.

 

4 February 2014
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The amount of food chucked out by shops, cafes... is shocking, and wrong when, like mmm says, there's people that could really do with it. Every year in the UK the number of people relying on food banks goes up, and so does the amount of food we waste. It's just wrong and doesn't make any sense. If I ever go to the shops, I purposely go for the products with the nearest sell-by date, or the ones that are just about to turn if it's fresh. If we all did this the problem would be much smaller.

Linde, congrats on your portfolio and been told about the Honours thing - what a compliment! :)

Oh and about your sister, mine was like that for a while. She grew out of it though, once she realised the way she was being was silly and immature. She must've been about 16 or 17 so she wasn't young either. I guess the same will happen to yours.

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Totally and utterly chuffed.

Have just figured out how to sync pdf files to ibooks meaning i can read the Beatles Monthly on my device when i'm out and about. Issue number 1 is already loaded as is a free guide by Steve Lambley on the Yellow Submarine album (searching Beatles free in the itunes stores and then scrolling down to books should bring it up if you want to grab it). No idea if its any good but its free so no loss and its part of a series where the other album guides (all the Beatles albums) cost £1.49 each.  

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Totally and utterly chuffed.
Have just figured out how to sync pdf files to ibooks meaning i can read the Beatles Monthly on my device when i'm out and about. Issue number 1 is already loaded as is a free guide by Steve Lambley on the Yellow Submarine album (searching Beatles free in the itunes stores and then scrolling down to books should bring it up if you want to grab it). No idea if its any good but its free so no loss and its part of a series where the other album guides (all the Beatles albums) cost £1.49 each.  

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"They rather have only 3 tomatoes on the shelf that look good than 12 of which half of them look rotten."

In my local supermarket, I have on occasion seen packages of green beef -- actually green.  Not a bright green, mind you, more like a dull moss green...

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parlance, how goes it with the cat you got within the past few months? I can't remember the full story ATM. For some reason I thought of the little kitty when I read your post about the shows you were watching on Hulu. I guess I just had a mental image of you petting the cat and watching the shows.

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fabfouremily said
The amount of food chucked out by shops, cafes... is shocking, and wrong when, like mmm says, there's people that could really do with it. Every year in the UK the number of people relying on food banks goes up, and so does the amount of food we waste. It's just wrong and doesn't make any sense. If I ever go to the shops, I purposely go for the products with the nearest sell-by date, or the ones that are just about to turn if it's fresh. If we all did this the problem would be much smaller.
Linde, congrats on your portfolio and been told about the Honours thing - what a compliment! <img
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Oh and about your sister, mine was like that for a while. She grew out of it though, once she realised the way she was being was silly and immature. She must've been about 16 or 17 so she wasn't young either. I guess the same will happen to yours.

I once tried at a restaurant I worked at to get the owner to donate the food we didn't sell to a food bank. He said no, claiming they had to count it as waste at the end of the workday and that it was against company policy to donate food. He was right; it said precisely that in the handbook, and it also said anyone who violated that rule would be subject to automatic termination. So while it may look bad (and it does) for restaurants and the like not to give away the food they don't sell, keep in mind they might not be allowed to due to policy.

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wetsroosa said

fabfouremily said The amount of food chucked out by shops, cafes... is shocking, and wrong when, like mmm says, there's people that could really do with it. Every year in the UK the number of people relying on food banks goes up, and so does the amount of food we waste. It's just wrong and doesn't make any sense. If I ever go to the shops, I purposely go for the products with the nearest sell-by date, or the ones that are just about to turn if it's fresh. If we all did this the problem would be much smaller.

I once tried at a restaurant I worked at to get the owner to donate the food we didn't sell to a food bank. He said no, claiming they had to count it as waste at the end of the workday and that it was against company policy to donate food. He was right; it said precisely that in the handbook, and it also said anyone who violated that rule would be subject to automatic termination. So while it may look bad (and it does) for restaurants and the like not to give away the food they don't sell, keep in mind they might not be allowed to due to policy.

I do think that's what ffe was criticising though, company policy. I don't think she was complaining about the employees who are prevented from just throwing the excess away, but the companies who don't have policies in place to prevent it going in the bin instead of to organisations that can use it.

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mja6758 said

wetsroosa said

fabfouremily said The amount of food chucked out by shops, cafes... is shocking, and wrong when, like mmm says, there's people that could really do with it. Every year in the UK the number of people relying on food banks goes up, and so does the amount of food we waste. It's just wrong and doesn't make any sense. If I ever go to the shops, I purposely go for the products with the nearest sell-by date, or the ones that are just about to turn if it's fresh. If we all did this the problem would be much smaller.

I once tried at a restaurant I worked at to get the owner to donate the food we didn't sell to a food bank. He said no, claiming they had to count it as waste at the end of the workday and that it was against company policy to donate food. He was right; it said precisely that in the handbook, and it also said anyone who violated that rule would be subject to automatic termination. So while it may look bad (and it does) for restaurants and the like not to give away the food they don't sell, keep in mind they might not be allowed to due to policy.

I do think that's what ffe was criticising though, company policy. I don't think she was complaining about the employees who are prevented from just throwing the excess away, but the companies who don't have policies in place to prevent it going in the bin instead of to organisations that can use it.

If there's one thing restaurants are never known for, it's their sense of community. Meaning, if they do good to the comminuty, the community does good to them back. If the public knew a restaurant's un-used food was going to food banks and the like, odds are it would HELP business because I know there are people who would eat at a restaurant if they knew that business was doing good to the community. I've heard it from customers that they refused to eat at a particular place because they're not charitable. But many restaurant companies don't see it that way, for one reason or another.

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mja6758 said

wetsroosa said

fabfouremily said The amount of food chucked out by shops, cafes... is shocking, and wrong when, like mmm says, there's people that could really do with it.

I once tried at a restaurant I worked at to get the owner to donate the food we didn't sell to a food bank. He said no, claiming they had to count it as waste at the end of the workday and that it was against company policy to donate food. He was right; it said precisely that in the handbook, and it also said anyone who violated that rule would be subject to automatic termination. So while it may look bad (and it does) for restaurants and the like not to give away the food they don't sell, keep in mind they might not be allowed to due to policy.

I do think that's what ffe was criticising though, company policy. 

Yeah, that's right. I know it's the rules set by the company, and that's what needs to change. It just doesn't make sense. I know my mom says that when she worked in the food hall at BHS back in the late 80s, they were fired on the spot if caught eatin or giving away any of the food not sold during the day (even if it would've lasted longer, the food was never out for more than 12 hours - which is completely unnecessary as a lot of it was sealed in an airtight packet). Makes me quite angry that this is still happening. And can't you be fined for "skipping" (is that it, getting food out of bins?)? 

 

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fabfouremily said

mja6758 said

wetsroosa said

fabfouremily said The amount of food chucked out by shops, cafes... is shocking, and wrong when, like mmm says, there's people that could really do with it.

I once tried at a restaurant I worked at to get the owner to donate the food we didn't sell to a food bank. He said no, claiming they had to count it as waste at the end of the workday and that it was against company policy to donate food. He was right; it said precisely that in the handbook, and it also said anyone who violated that rule would be subject to automatic termination. So while it may look bad (and it does) for restaurants and the like not to give away the food they don't sell, keep in mind they might not be allowed to due to policy.

I do think that's what ffe was criticising though, company policy. 

Yeah, that's right. I know it's the rules set by the company, and that's what needs to change. It just doesn't make sense. I know my mom says that when she worked in the food hall at BHS back in the late 80s, they were fired on the spot if caught eatin or giving away any of the food not sold during the day (even if it would've lasted longer, the food was never out for more than 12 hours - which is completely unnecessary as a lot of it was sealed in an airtight packet). Makes me quite angry that this is still happening. And can't you be fined for "skipping" (is that it, getting food out of bins?)? 
 

Well, the "eating the food" I understand, especially if you get free meals as an employee. I get that. You should be fired for that. As for "skipping," I don't know, but I do know that you were/are not allowed to pull from the cooler/freezer without manager protocol, and I once did get written up for that. The reason they do that is to keep waste and cost down.

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Some companies are very good in this area, and have been for a long time. The last children's home I was in, which would have been around 1985/6, we used to have three runs a week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday) to a Marks & Spencer's (one of our two more high-end food retailers) store several miles to collect the food that they could no longer sell, with another organisation getting the other three days of the week.

The amount of foods I tried for the first time because they'd reached their "display until" or "sell by" dates...

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^ Well it's good M&S do it. There's still plenty that don't, though. Most of us waste way too much food, and I suppose this is just the same but on a bigger scale.

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It was in the news last week that three men had been charged for "allegedly taking cheese, tomatoes and cakes from bins behind an Iceland shop" that had been thrown out. The report went on

"The items allegedly taken from the store's bins amounted to a total value of £33 and included tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese and Mr Kipling cakes. . . 

Mike Schwarz from law firm Bindmans, who is representing the men, said: "The prosecutor's view that there is a significant public interest in expending public money to prosecute 'skippers' at times of shortage, waste and austerity, seems at best short-sighted, at worst perverse and certainly disproportionate.

"The defendants will say that they were not acting dishonestly."

In a statement, Iceland said: "The store in question is next door to a police station. Iceland staff did not call the police, who attended on their own initiative.

"Nor did we instigate the resulting prosecution, of which we had no knowledge until the media reports of it appeared yesterday evening.

"We are currently trying to find out from the Crown Prosecution Service why they believe that it is in the public interest to pursue a case against these three individuals, and will comment further when we are more fully informed."

 

Thankfully the case was dropped "because a senior lawyer decided that a prosecution is not required in the public interest. While the decision to charge was taken by the Metropolitan Police Service, a subsequent review of the case by the CPS did not give due weight to the public interest factors tending against prosecution."

 

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To get back at the food thing, I really agree with it. It IS ridiculous to throw away that much. There's also a bakery section in our Lidl and they just have to throw away all of the products, because they've been there for a few hours. We aren't allowed to take any of them home. My sister works at a real bakery and over there it's the same. They do donate a lot of stuff to the food banks though, and I understand you can't donate stuff that's only good for a day, but why not give it to the people who work there? Why rather throw a pie away? I think that kind of policy is so strange. I don't understand how you rather want to throw away 300 buns and croissants that look perfectly fine than to donate them or share them with your employees.

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parlance, how goes it with the cat you got within the past few months? I can't remember the full story ATM. For some reason I thought of the little kitty when I read your post about the shows you were watching on Hulu. I guess I just had a mental image of you petting the cat and watching the shows.

Thanks for asking! This is the kitten, which is important because you'll understand why she gets away with murder. She and the older cat are still adjusting (read: catfighting), but there have been breakthroughs. A week ago, I caught the kitten grooming the older cat, who let her do it for a full minute before breaking away.

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