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Six solutions to food waste (plus, what you can do at home) A third of all food produced is never eaten, meanwhile millions go hungry. What can be done? Here are six simple solutions Environment Food Society Wellbeing
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The label you touch to know if your food’s gone bad – and the woman pioneering it Best before dates aren’t always accurate. Luckily, Solveiga Pakštaitė’s solution is Written in partnership with Green Alley Award
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‘It’s great to know how much of a difference it’s making to people’ A charity that turns surplus food into meals for hungry people has had to adapt to the lockdown, as one volunteer explains Environment Society
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Brewing good: three beer-for-good projects From using up leftover bread to tackling climate change, our pick of three projects that use brewing as a force for good Food Lifestyle Society
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10 lessons from London’s first community fridge A month after opening, London’s first community fridge has redistributed 50kg of food to those in need and attracted enquiries from around t... Society
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'Swapping use-by dates for 'sniff test' could save 100m pints of milk' Ditching use-by dates in favour of the more traditional ‘sniff test’ could save more than 100m pints of milk in the UK each year, according ... Food
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