How to reduce food waste

You’re practically throwing money away when you chuck out perfectly good food.

One in five shopping bags of food is thrown away in the UK, worth £60 a month to the average family. You may as well be chucking your cash straight in the bin.

But there are some easy ways we can reduce food waste and then save some money too.

From knowing what you’ve got through to making the most of your freezer, watch to find out my 12 ways to cut back on the food you throw away.

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Further reading

> Tricks to help your freezer save you money 

> The foods you can freeze and the ones you cant 

> A simple bashed banana and berry cake recipe 

> Love Food Hate Waste’s food storage A-Z 

> Donate to food banks 

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