The World’s Richest People Have A Plan For Food Shortages: The ‘Sniff Test’

The mega rich elite of the World Economic Forum have a plan for average joes who might face global food shortages in the near future, and it’s called a “sniff test.”

A WEF video released Wednesday sang support for British supermarkets choosing to remove the “use by” or “best before” date on different types of produce. It is now suggested that citizens use a “sniff test” to establish the freshness of their food.

Apparently the decision is part of an effort to limit food waste, but the timing is highly questionable. Unless you’re living a one-hundred percent sustainable homesteading life, you’ve probably noticed that food prices are going up as supplies become scarce.

Back in May, Germany’s Economic Minister Robert Habeck said the then-impending food shortage would be a “catastrophe.” He noted that WEF could work with policy makers to tackle global hunger, and I guess this is their first attempt.

UK supermarket chains are ditching ‘best before’ dates in favour of the ‘sniff test’.

How do you check the quality of your produce?

Learn more about food waste prevention: https://t.co/TkBMa748RB pic.twitter.com/5cGvQynD0O

— World Economic Forum (@wef) August 3, 2022

The video itself is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever

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