Running out of your favorite bottled salad dressing? Here’s a simple food waste tip to make it last just a little bit longer!
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and their partners just launched a new campaign to help the world get out of its immense food waste predicament. Think, Eat, Save.
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We’re all doing our best to reduce food waste, and sometimes it’s the simplest solutions that can make a big difference.
One of the many food products I waste too often is bread. I’ll buy a baguette and use half of it, leaving the remains until they’re too hard to chew. I’ll bake fresh bread and let a third of it get soft and stale (which really annoys me). Even a store-bought loaf of bread often languishes in the bread box until it’s far past its sell-by date. This frustrates me, because I love bread!
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.
We waste close to half the food reduce, and it’s not good for the planet or our pocketbooks.