5 simple ways to cut down on food waste

THE NUMBERS ARE STAGGERING: Each year in the U.S., $162 billion worth of food ends up in a landfill. Each U.S. household tosses out 1.2 million calories’ worth of food annually at a cost of nearly $650 per family. All told, about 40% of all food is wasted—the majority of

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