I am a TikTok dumpster diver and I discover tons of of {dollars} price of meat a NIGHT that is suitable for eating

A TIKTOK dumpster diver said she found hundreds of dollars’ worth of meat every night that is safe to eat.

Dumpster Diving Freegan, the TikTok user who claims her hobby brings in a significant amount of discarded food and products, shared her findings on the video social networking app.

The dumpster diver insists that she checked that any of the items shown in her video have been recalled and none

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The dumpster diver insists that she checked that any of the items shown in her video have been recalled and nonePhoto credit: TikTok / @dumpsterdivingfreegan
The footage captured by TikToker shows a young turkey worth about $ 65

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The footage captured by TikToker shows a young turkey worth about $ 65Photo credit: TikTok / @dumpsterdivingfreegan

The TikTok user has more than 330,000 followers and describes herself in the USA as “Dumpster Diver Exposed the Waste”. I’ve NEVER got sick from it, “she adds.

In one of Dumpster Diving Freegan’s recent dives in a Whole Foods dumpster in the US, TikToker claims that the same place “throws out enough to feed a community every night.”

Footage captured by TikToker shows dozens of containers of fresh guacamole, about $ 65 worth of fresh organic young turkey, and “enough meat to feed an entire community”.

She explains, “Dumpster diving at Whole Foods is nothing like I’ve ever seen before.

“Every time I come into this store, I find boxes of organic food that are thrown away long before their best-before date.”

Interestingly, the dumpster diver insists that she has checked that any of the items shown in her video have been recalled and none.

The meat collection found during their dive included Beyond Sausage, 365 from Whole Foods Market Chicken, Beyond Meatballs, and assorted juices.

Dumpster Diving Freegan said the products were “recently thrown away” and the outside temperature was 33 degrees Fahrenheit when she picked up the raw meat.

“Everything was thrown away on or before its best-before date and, as we know, best-before dates are not fixed rules and everything was still easy to consume,” added the dumper diver.

She also found yogurt, mixed lettuce, and shredded fruits and vegetables.

The content creator explains on her TikTok page that she “has survived on robbed food for almost two years”.

Dumpster Diving Freegan also certifies that it takes the “highest safety precautions” when diving.

Another recent video shows the dumpster diver explaining her success in finding plants in the garbage cans of local shops.

She said that due to business policies likely to require items to be thrown away, she often encounters “discarded product cases” when only one thing is broken inside.

When the dumpster diver demonstrated the paper-white daffodil she found, she explained that other times she had similarly discovered discarded candles and wine.

Previously, Dumpster Diving Freegan announced that she works in the financial industry and that her reason for trash diving is to allow her to retire early at the age of 30.

She explored these questions in a recent video entitled; “I get this question a lot, so let’s talk about it!”

In the video, she said, “I mean, why on earth should I get my food out of the dumpster and keep picking things that I use out of the dumpster when I have a full-time job?

“Obviously I’m not right?

“And trust me, I’ve seen all of your comments calling me a broke slut, comments telling me I’m poor, or making fun of me for being ‘poor’.

“There are a lot of assumptions about dumpster divers, and when people think of what a dumpster diver is, they don’t think of a white, blonde woman in her mid twenties getting into dumpsters head.”

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Photo credit: TikTok / @dumpsterdivingfreegan

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Photo credit: TikTok / @dumpsterdivingfreegan
Fruits were found by the dumpster diver

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Fruits were found by the dumpster diverPhoto credit: TikTok / @dumpsterdivingfreegan
Various types of yogurt were also found by TikToker

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Various types of yogurt were also found by TikTokerPhoto credit: TikTok / @dumpsterdivingfreegan

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