A McGill University study looked at four types of nutrition labels on food and found that the labels we currently use are the least effective in helping shoppers make informed food choices.
One of the most useful apps on my phone is a free grocery app called Grocery IQ. As a person who visits the grocery store often, it’s very handy to have my lists all in one place on a device that I always have with me. I can add to it no matter where I am and just pull it out whenever I’m at the store.
For many reasons, more people than ever before are exploring vegan, vegetarian, or other types of plant-based diets. If you’re trying to make conscious decisions about avoiding animal ingredients, knowing how to read and interpret food labels is a vital and valuable skill: animal products turn up in strange places!
Here are some tips on how to reduce the amount of food wasted everyday: shop more often, freeze leftovers, buy locally, and know the labels.
The average U.S. household creates about 1.3 pounds of food waste each day. Follow these to tips to reduce the amount of food you throw away: organize the fridge, plan meals, and shop better.
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