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Anthony Bourdain is not one for activism.The countless meals shared on his years of TV, from "No Reservations" to the soon-returning "Parts Unknown," are canapes of larger cultural conversation. Through the food on the plate and the discussions held over them, he's taken up the traditions immigrants keep alive, the glories of street food, the simple power of breaking bread with people from all walks of life.Standing out front of an issue in today's ethically charged food world is a step further for Bourdain. Naturally the film has statistics.Roughly a third of the food produced for human consumption every year is never eaten. "Wasted!" is the latest in Bourdain's growing presence in movies.Bourdain hopes "Wasted" gets people thinking "in a nondidactic perspective".
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