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Have you ever noticed how much food you throw in trash, maybe without even touching it? It’s time to cut the consumption of unnecessary food, calibrating your grocery shopping on your real needs.
Every day, Europeans spend a lot of time away from home, due to work, study or entertainment reasons. We also have meal out, at restaurant or canteens. If the food wasted at home can be preserved for the next meal, the one left in the dish of the restaurant goes directly to the trash. Why can’t we try to fight food waste out of home?
Would you like to grow vegetables directly at your home? Test your green fingers: do not need big space to cultivate fresh food with satisfaction and get excellent results!
Making compost on the balcony, or even better in the garden, is an action for anyone who is passionate about DIY. It can be funny and useful, indipendently of the method and rules of waste collection in your city. Everything you will compost doesn’t go to feed the landfill!
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To fight food waste we need, first of all, brilliant ideas. For example, the one had by Adam Smith, a chef from Leeds (UK). Adam has opened a restaurant called “The Real Junk Food Project” and is having a huge success, not only in England, but also worldwide. He cooks and serves food that otherwise would have been wasted by supermarkets, groceries stores and food banks.
It is estimated that about 1/3 of the food produced in Europe is not consumed. Waste is present in all stages of the food supply chain. The European Commission estimated that in the EU alone are wasted 90 million tons of food (or 180 kg per person), much of which is still suitable for human consumption. Food waste is identified as a 'mega trends' to be addressed and resolved in order to make efficient use of resources in Europe.
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