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Wesley 18h
Contract caterers should be leading the charge in the fight against food waste - it's the right thing to do morally, ethically and financially. by on ⁦
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David Biderman Apr 18
April 22 is Earth Day! We need to reduce . More food for people, less for landfills! Reduces GHG emissions US has new strategy - working together. FoodWaste2020
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Dr. Tammara Soma Apr 14
Who wants to be a detective? In the Food Matters activity, kids get to learn fun research skills that will help them tackle this "mystery" 🧐 Check out more than a dozen fun activities on the website!
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Feeding America 6h
The average family throws out $1,500 - $2,000 worth of food every year. What habits can you change to reduce in your home?
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Love Food Hate Waste 18h
This your fun Friday night reminder to check your fridge temperature! 🌡️❄️ Setting it between 0 and 5 degrees will make food last longer - too high and it will go off too quickly. Not sure how to set the temp? We've got you covered -
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Feeding America 23h
"The food pantry gave me a hand up, not a hand out. My success is a product of their support." - Lamont Together, we can help families like Lamont's keep food on the table. And some of that good food may have otherwise gone to waste if it wasn't rescued.
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Stop Food Waste Day Apr 18
We talked to one of the leaders in the world, Ben Simon from ! He co-founded Imperfect Produce a few years ago in an effort to save imperfect looking produce from going waste. Here is why and is important to him!
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FoodHero 19h
How climate change affects food safety:
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FAO Apr 7
They may be different shapes and sizes but a carrot is a carrot. Don't judge. Pick 'ugly' fruit and vegetables to reduce your . Every action counts for a world.
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EUG Waste Prevention Apr 17
Interesting take from on plastic packaging and how it intersects with
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Feeding America 13h
21% of landfill volume is . Learn more about how wasted food impacts our planet - and what you can do about it.
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Jonathan Bloom Apr 11
Wow, big day for materials!
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EUFIC 2h
Won’t use it? Don’t buy it. When it comes to food, ‘Buy-one-get-one-free’ and other similar offers will cost you unless you use what you buy. 🥔🥕🛒
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Feeding America 7h
For fruits and vegetables, shape and size matters more than it should. Here's why some of our favorite produce never makes it to grocery store shelves:
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Forge Recycling 42m
These parents feed their son food found in retail bins & save around £150 a month ➡️
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pebble magazine 4h
Nearly half a million meals saved from the bin! We love - help them fight . Hear their story at along with LOTS of other . Get in on the action here >>
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UN-Water Apr 12
Did you know, depending on the diet, we need 2 000 to 5 000 litres of water to produce the food consumed daily by one person? If we don't change our habits now, global demand for water could increase by 50 % by 2030.
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Rainforest Alliance Apr 9
A pay-as-you-waste scheme in South Korea has seen incredible results in urban areas: 95% of food waste is recycled, fueling an boom and reducing emissions produced by
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jupculinary Apr 17
this a Saturday and learn about our impact on thanks to the HandT Progam 12-2 thank you for your support
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FAO Apr 17
Ready for the bin? Actually, no! Under the black peel, you’ll likely find a ripe banana 🍌 that is fine to eat! Peel before you throw! Let’s respect our food.
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