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Baptiste Dubanchet is out to prove something. No, it's not that one man can ride a bicycle and sail a paddle boat from Paris to New York City, even though he did! Baptiste is raising awareness of the EU's problem with "Best By" labels on food products. These labels are often confused with real expiration dates, which are only used on perishable food products. Because of this confusion, nearly 375 lbs of food per person is thrown out every year. Baptiste ate only foods that were past the "Best By" dates to prove they're still safe to consume during his entire adventure.

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