This sub is dedicated to bringing awareness and transparency to the foods and brands we are all exposed to in order to help the people of Reddit make smarter choices regarding what they put into their bodies, especially with packaged or processed foods; many are over-processed, chemical-ridden food-like products that are deceptively marketed as quality food. There's "food" and there's "something to eat that technically has calories and therefore is food".
|Oct 12, 2017||/r/FoodOrGarbage hits 100 subscribers|
|Oct 9, 2017||/r/FoodOrGarbage is born|
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