Should supermarkets be truthful about the food they waste?

Should supermarkets be truthful about the food they waste?
Three out of the big four supermarkets have refused to divulge how much food they throw away each year. Should they be made publicly accountable for this?
Yes, greater transparency is needed
Maybe, but waste prevention is the key
No, the real problem is purchasing habits

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