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Small changes add up

to big savings - for your wallet,

our communities, and our planet.

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STOP WASTED FOOD

Welcome to Wasted Food Stops with Us. Learn to reduce your wasted food at home through smart shopping and storage tricks.

FOOD WASTE BLOG
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DATE LABELS DEMYSTIFIED

Did you know that eggs can be eaten up to three weeks past the sell-by date? In fact, date labels have nothing to do with safety. For instance, the sell-by date indicates the date the grocery store must take the item off the shelf, it is not a safety date. Learn how to decipher what date labels mean so you don't waste your food, or money.

GROCERY SHOPPING

Plan your trip to the grocery but first see what you already have in your kitchen pantry and fridge so you don’t overbuy and waste your money. 

FOOD STORAGE

Storing food properly helps it stay fresher longer. Learn  about date labels so you don’t throw away food that is still edible. 

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Not wasting food helps your community.  Learn how simple changes create great benefits! 

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How much is wasted food costing your family?

The average family can save upwards of $1,800 a year through simple changes.