Yesterday I was sitting in the car in front of a bakery waiting for dh who was in the supermarket. The bakery was closing and there was a lady loading the leftover bread in boxes into her car. She dropped 3 rolls on the ground of the car park and picked them up and put them in the boxes with the rest of the bread.
I assumed that the bread was headed for charity/homeless shelter or something along those lines so I called the bakery this morning and asked the person on the phone who takes their bread and she told me who she though it was but asked that I call back later when the other worker was on. So I called back and the second worker confirmed which organisation took their bread but then went on to downplay the fact that the floor bread had been put back with the rest of the bread because 'it's for homeless people'. I may have gone on give her a teeny tiny lecture, but seriously, is this not a very sad situation, for people to think homeless people should be ok with dirty food.
(Btw, I contacted the organisation so they can train their volunteers in safe food handling. I'm *that* person.)
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