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Global Action Plan 19h
tip: start a compost bin/heap for food (e.g. fruit, vegetables, teabags etc.) and garden waste (e.g. leaves, grass etc.), use your organic waste bin for any food waste you don’t want in your compost bin (e.g. meat, dairy) and buy biodegradable!
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Ferns - Fearna Mór Jun 14
Eating locally produced foods in season is a great way to reduce your environmental impact! Here is what's in season during June. The arrival of the Irish strawberry is a welcome one. What's your favourite fruit/vegetable in season? 🍓🥦🍅🥔🍆🥬
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Global Action Plan Jun 15
Did you know? Globally, one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption is lost or wasted. Buying only what you need is a we can all take this weekend to reduce our weekly shop waste this weekend 🌎🌲
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Vicky Turnbull Jun 13
Great idea - Too Good to Waste box for £1! I feel some guacamole coming on!
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Samantha Jun 11
Please teach your children to only take what they will eat and to finish their meals.
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Australian Organic 3h
Food waste is a serious problem! One we can all help to alleviate. This is why we have partnered with . You can too! Check out all the great work they do for the people of Australia. 😍
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Sue Tunbridge Jun 10
Bread bananas potatoes grapefruit at the community fridge @ Christian Centre today
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South Dublin Co PPN Jun 13
Eating locally produced foods that are in season is a great way to and reduce your environmental impact. There are so many Irish foods and ingredients to enjoy this month
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Stop Food Waste Jun 10
Very practical tips for the home cook from top Chefs. Yesssssss
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Loaves and Fishes Jun 7
Food Bank Facts Friday starts now for the rest of the summer! First installment: New Food Recovery Bins! They might not seem that exciting but they are essential to operations. Without them we couldn't source OR distribute food.
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Chad Stamm Jun 11
Salvage Food is making 'balsamic' from leftover beer, but don't call it a vinegar company
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Stop Food Waste Jun 13
Sarah Broderick from the Stop Food Waste team was recently interviewed by for Cork's Read all about her research and unique perspectives on food waste here.
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e-foods Jun 12
Rob Henry e-foods Quality Assurance & Technical Manager will be speaking at the Healthcare FM conference today about the advice, systems and expertise we can provide.
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Stop Food Waste Jun 7
Just freeze it! Frozen fruits, berries and herbs are the perfect addition to a summer drink. Make the most of food!
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EMWR Jun 14
Use up leftovers, buy only what you need, have a healthy store cupboard- some of the simple ways to and according to
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Dublin Food Co-op Jun 10
Stop Food Waste Week 2019 runs from the 12th - 19th June where the aim is to work together to reduce food waste. To find out how you can help prevent food waste, visit
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e-foods Jun 11
If you are attending Healthcare FM on Wednesday come over to meet us at our stand. Rob Henry, Steve Walker and Nathan Jennings will be there to meet you.
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Loaves and Fishes Jun 11
Holy tomatoes! Can you believe these beauties would have gone to the landfill!? Instead, because of Food 4U Food Recovery they're going to the kitchens of families and other local non profits who can use them.
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e-foods Jun 13
e-foods are delighted to have been awarded the food supply categories for Stow Healthcare via our industry leading p2p platform. This starts June 17th.
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Restaurants Canada Jun 12
From to ready-to-eat! Using boiled rice leftovers, fruits, and vegetables, this grad created products.
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