Story placement

Are we being temped into designing a solution here?

7 thoughts on “Story placement”

  1. Bloke in North Korea (Germany province)

    I think the day-old half-chewed leftovers of hospital “food” should be fed to journalists to prevent “waste”.

  2. Allthegoodnamesaretaken

    18 tons per day? Less than half an HGV full across the largest employer in Western Europe? That’s extraordinarily efficient.

  3. This is one of those things that seems like a big number but, when put into context, isn’t. Just another non story. Of course this problem used to be solved by feeding the stuff to pigs.

  4. Quite a lot gets written off, doesn’t mean it goes into landfill.

    And to be fair.. If you’re sick enough to end up in a NHS hospital, they have to prepare the meals, regardless of whether or not you actually feel like eating anything, let alone the Menu of the Day.
    The whole setup is bound to create food waste. With the same journo’s aching to catch one glimpse of “they hadn’t prepared my meal for me, even…” Headline material.

    NHS be NHS, but this “problem” exists because they’re actually doing their job..

  5. I suspect it would be difficult for anyone to become obese on hospital food but, on the other hand, they did serve toad-in-the-hole to my father after a heart bypass operation

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