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Most people would not turn on all the lights, then go out to dinner. Or turn on the kitchen faucet, and then go for a run. Yet many people waste something valuable each week that impactsDownload PDF 100 K our budgets and the environment: food.
Seeing is believing
Get started today to find out how much food is typically wasted at your home. Track all food that could have been eaten but went to waste by collecting it in a container, then empty into your curbside yard waste cart after you’ve recorded the amount. Even one week of tracking wasted food can be eye-opening and inspire you to take steps to prevent waste (see Food: Too Good To Waste worksheetDownload PDF 400 K for tips and to track for more than one week). Small shifts in how you shop, prepare, store and save food can make a big difference. Here are additional resources to help cut back on wasted food:
Fighting Food Waste external link – from Quest
Visualizing food waste’s footprint external link – from Wasted Food