I used to work at a Walmart. There are many good people working there who would gladly let you raid the garbage. Unfortunately, they have created a punishing culture that also strokes the egos of young "managers" ( I swear, EVERYONE there seems to be a "manager" of something - especially if they actually know nothing) enough that several just like the snot in the video with his handbook answers get churned out every year. Poor things get chewed up and spit out before even 2 years go by, but not before they make everyone else miserable. I really can't believe the amount of food in that video.... especially for an Idaho Walmart. At first, I though it was stock removal to make way for some newer products... but that is too much!!! I really would like to hear the explanation from walmart. Did the store have a power outage for an unknown amount of time? A potential contaminant? Honestly, if there is ONE thing Walmart is extremely good at, it is minimizing risk of lawsuit. Dumping that much inventory is peanuts compared to several people suing over "garbage" they were "allowed" to take and give to their families that made them "sick". I'm not sure they would have chased and prosecuted if people stole it, as long as Walmart didn't have the liability of "letting" them have it. Then again, I already mentioned the punishing culture, and can easily see that little snot getting off on calling the police and mounting a power trip. And there are cameras ALL over, especially watching deliveries/pickups on back loading docks by the garbage.