On the plus side I got a few hours of overtime in.
We think this will probably convince the company to spend 400k on a permanent generator for the store, and hopefully that continues to other stores/companies too.
Maybe hard for some people to care about mega corporations like Loblaws and Walmart losing stock, but the food waste is saddening regardless of who’s pocket it came from.
Yeah, I always think about situations like that when people complain about price gouging with e.g. the price of generators spiking before a natural disaster. Yeah, it sucks to have to pay a lot more for a generator but, at the same time, there are people/stores that could use that generator to prevent so much waste.
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