Tagged With food waste

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We as a society waste a ton of food, by some accounts 40 per cent of everything we produce. It takes a lot of money, time, effort, water, and fertiliser to grow the fruits and veggies we throw away.

A few companies are trying to help by selling boxes full of misshapen produce that they say would otherwise have gone to waste—but the situation isn’t that straightforward.

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I love coffee, but my mind and body are both easily overwhelmed by caffeine, so I often find myself with a cup or so of leftover java (do people still call it that?) by the time noon rolls around. It's usually too stale for drinking by then, but it still has its uses.

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Australians toss out thousands of dollars in unused food every year. One of the simplest ways to save money on groceries is to make sure you're not wasting food. To avoid this problem, personal finance site Clark.com suggests keeping a list of stuff you toss.

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When you're not dealing with vegetables, green isn't the most appetising colour -- especially when it's on your raw bacon. But fear not fellow bacon lover, that weird discolouring is not anything to be worried about.