The answer, it seems, is that they’re doing it for the thrill of it.
And it seems to be working.
In the past two weeks alone, the number of food scrap boxes sold across the U.S. has doubled, to about 40,000, according to data compiled by the Food and Drug Administration.
The trend is so significant that a U.K. supermarket chain, The Food Shop, is offering a free box of food to anyone who buys a box of the junk food.
This week, the U,K.-based food chain will also begin selling the food scrap to consumers in Australia.
(And the U.,U.S.-based retailer is currently the only one offering the free food to U.N. member states.)
Food scrap has been on the rise in the U to meet the growing demand for the food, which includes frozen dinners, pasta, breads, noodles, salads and sandwiches.
But the boxes also provide a quick way to save money by making food waste a non-issue.
“People are looking for a quick and easy way to eat more food, so they can get more of their food into the system and less into the landfill,” said Paul Snaith, executive director of the National Food Bank.
The Food and Food Service Administration has been cracking down on food scraps.
In September, the agency said that food scraps could now be held in a container and delivered to the front door of an address, rather than being sent out of a grocery store, as it was previously.
In a statement, the Food Service Agency said it has “made progress” with the changes and is “committed to working with the industry to continue to ensure that food remains as readily available as possible.”
The FDA also recently issued guidance that outlines what food scraps should be recycled and what food to do with them after they’re recycled.
The agency has also been working to improve food waste management practices.
Earlier this year, it launched a program that gives people the option of sorting and sorting food scraps in their homes.
The program is intended to help people recycle the food scraps they want to recycle and then compost it in a garden.
In addition, the program is designed to help consumers who want to donate their food scraps to charities.
The idea behind the program, which is being implemented in several U.C. Berkeley campuses, is to encourage people to donate food scraps instead of throwing them away.
Snaih, who also heads the Food Bank, said that even if the program doesn’t go into full effect, he believes it is already having an impact.
“It’s definitely a very positive sign,” Snaeth said.
“And hopefully it’ll keep going.
People are starting to understand the value of recycling and the value in food.
And the government is doing a great job of understanding that and giving the green light to the food industry.”
But not everyone agrees that recycling food is a good idea.
In fact, the American Public Health Association said in a recent statement that food waste is “a waste of precious resources” and should be “directed toward the primary use of the food in question.”
And a 2016 report from the University of Michigan Center for Food Policy and Management found that recycling the food could be “a significant waste of human resources” as the food ends up in the landfill and “a financial burden on households.”
Still, Snauth said he believes that the program will have an impact, as long as people are looking out for the environment and their own health.
“The food is being processed in a way that’s not beneficial to the environment,” Sraith said.
“[People are] not being exposed to all the nutrients that it is, so the amount of food that is coming out of their kitchen is probably not what’s needed.
That’s the beauty of the recycling.
You get it back to your garden or you donate it to the local community.
It’s a really good way to do that.”