Supermarket supply chains are responsible for much of the "global scandal" of food waste, campaigners have warned.
Campaign group Feeding the 5000's founder Tristram Stuart said blaming consumers was "a distortion of the facts" and that most official statistics leave out waste that is hidden from the public eye across the food supply chain.
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