USA: Mountains of food thrown away after power cut
Supermarkets and restaurants have had to throw away tons of vegetables, meat and dairy products after a massive power cut hit parts of North America. "We have to throw out any kind of product whose integrity could have been compromised," Rich Savner, a spokesman for Pathmark Stores, which operates more than 100 supermarkets in the New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia areas, was quoted as saying by Reuters.
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