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We actually have enough food to feed everyone on the planet, but it's unevenly distributed and 1/3 of all food produced is lost or wasted. This causes a huge waste of resources and contributes to climate change. 

Wasting less food is a simple change with a HUGE impact! 

Food Waste

Top tips for reducing your food waste

Plan your meals

Plan out your meals for the coming week and write a shopping list. This way you won't buy things that you may not use.

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Love leftovers!

Learning to love leftovers is a great way to make sure nothing ends up in the bin. Have leftovers for lunch or dedicate a night a week to using up anything that's about to go off.

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Share your food

If you can't get through a whole bottle of milk, a whole box of oranges or a whole loaf of bread before it goes off - why not share with friends and family? If you cook more than you need, invite a friend to dinner or drop off a delivery!

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Batch cook 

Cooking in batches enables you to use the whole bag/tin /packet, therefore reducing the risk of it going off in your fridge. Plus - you have delicious meals ready for a busy day!

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The freezer is your friend

You can freeze all sorts, and its a great way to keep food fresh for a long time. Try freezing bread, curries, soup, stewed fruit, cakes, fresh herbs, berries, spinach and bananas.

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Organise your store cupboards

Keep on top of what's in your cupboards. Whilst most dry goods last for ages, its a waste of money and space to forget about something for 5 years! This will also mean you don't accidently buy something you already have.

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