When people make the choice to only buy the more desirable cuts of meat on an animal, all of the less parts are left unused. Not only does this cause the unnecessary waste of perfectly good food, it also makes those choice cuts even more expensive. On Episode 160 of What Doesn’t Kill You, Matt Wadiak explains how if people were able to commit to buying larger portions of an animal, the cost of the more expensive and less expensive cuts would be able to average out to create fairer prices.

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