The best thing that can happen to food is that it makes it to our plates and is enjoyed. Avoiding throwing out food that could have been eaten will save you money and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However some food waste is inevitable. Egg shells, banana skins and tea bags are never going to be on the menu. Home composting is a great way to stop this sort of waste ending up in landfill, and our gardens will really thank us for it. See our Home Composting website for all you need ...
Fresher for Longer Campaign, Love Food Hate Waste, by WRAP: Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us take action. It shows that through innovative packaging and by doing some easy everyday things at home we can all waste less food, which will benefit our purses and the environment http://england.lovefoodhatewaste.com/ http://www.wrap.org.uk/
Fun fact: Writing a shopping list, learning to pickle, and visiting used bookstores are all great ways to help the planet. Here, we’ve rounded up some relatively unconventional but hugely impactful ways to make your daily routine more eco-friendly.
Food waste (From Wikipedia) Food waste or food loss is food material that is discarded or unable to be used. The causes of wasted food are numerous, and occur at the stages of production, processing, and retailing. As of 2011, 1.3 billion tons of food, about one third of the global food production, are lost or wasted annually. (Reduce Food Waste)
I like the colors that have been used and that there are illustrations of the food and there easy and clear to see. I also like that the the page doesn't look filled but its very good layout as its simple but effective.