Food waste is a big deal in the United States, with global implications when it comes to climate change.  On a day to day basis, you might feel like you don’t waste much food, but here are a few quick facts.

  • 40% of food in America is wasted.
  • 90% of us throw away food too soon.
  • 20% of the food we each buy never gets eaten.
  • Each of us tosses nearly 300 pounds of food each year.

We all have a responsibility to do our part to prevent wasted food. The best tips we’ve come across are on the beautiful website, SaveTheFood.com

 

 

 

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