Produced but never eaten: a visual guide to food waste

Interesting graphics that provides a comparison of where food is wasted in different areas of the world. Personally I find it hard, despite my  best efforts and motivated to save money, to minimize waste. Click here to read the entire article and view the graphic.

 

 

What does this mean for the average family?

The average family throws away £700 worth of perfectly good food a year, or almost or almost £60 worth of food a month. The average weekly expenditure on food and non-alcoholic drinks in 2013 was £58.80 according to the ONS, which means a typical family throws away a week’s worth of groceries each month.

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