Love Food, Hate Waste

love-food_mainLove Food, Hate Waste is a campaign, launched by the Waste & Resources Action Programme, a not-for-profit organisation (backed by Government funding from England, NI, Scotland and Wales) in 2007, with the aim of reducing the amount of food waste in the United Kingdom

Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help public to take action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the environment too.

They work with a wide range of partners, from community organisations, chefs, UK businesses, trade bodies and local authorities through to individuals looking for practical advice.

The campaign has been promoted and circulated by many green sites. The campaign claims to have already helped almost two million households reduce their food waste, amounting to savings of almost £300 million and stopping 137,000 tonnes of waste going being wasted.

In their site you can find information about how much carbon is in the food waste or even recipes, any recipes they feature from commercial organisations or chefs have not been paid for, but have been kindly donated by the recipe author!Moreover, there are a lot of hints and tips in order to save time and money related with your food!Visit their site and get inspired for similar actions in your country or just adopt some of their tips!

Visit their site now by clicking here.

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