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How to Stop Wasting Food – and Start Saving Money

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Did you know that 7 million tonnes of food is thrown away every year by Britons alone? Almost 50% of it comes from homes, costing households on average £470 a year, or £700 a year for a family with children. That’s nearly £60 a month that could be spent freely elsewhere. We’ve put together a few tips to help you waste less food and get back that cash you’ve been throwing in the bin.

1. Get realistic

There are two main reasons people throw away good food: preparing too much and not eating it in time. Sounds familiar? To see how well you and your family are doing, keep a waste log for a week and you will quickly understand if you’re overestimating your family’s eating habits. This helps you get realistic about whether you actually need to buy that extra loaf of bread and that extra carton of milk “just in case”.

2. Plan meals

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