An update on food waste: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
Plus: The problem with 'no added sugar' and who (really) killed Sears
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The problem with 'no added sugar'
Fatal exposure to walnut dust
Self-service tech threatens retail jobs
Who killed Sears? It's up for debate
What else is going on?
Superfoods update: A company that makes granola with quinoa has removed a nutrition label that claimed quinoa "prevents cancer" after our investigation last week.
TD doesn't want you to know it's outsourcing its fraud claims cases. One employee alleges that the bank isn't being upfront with customers about who is handling their personal information.
This week in recalls:
Sorry, Soylent fans. The divisive meal replacement drink that's been called both the "future" and "end" of food, can no longer be sold in Canada because it didn't meet federal food regulations.
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Food waste update
We're back on the case investigating food waste. Last year, Marketplace found bins of wasted food at Walmart, and it pledged to make a change. We check in on whether the company followed through. Plus, some children are fighting for change and inspiring others in their community. You can watch the episode online.