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The average Australian household loses more than $1,000 annually.
French toast, bread pudding, stuffing and more.
<strong>OLIO started life as a food waste app but people are also finding it useful for combatting food poverty</strong>
Storing leftovers properly can mean the difference between a tasty meal and a couple of days with your head in the toilet. If you don't know how long it takes for leftover rice to become inedible or y...
An app designed to tackle food waste has proven to be an accidental lifeline for people who are struggling to afford to feed themselves. Since seven million tonnes of food and drink end up in the bin...
A farm in southwestern China serves food waste to maggots and then turns the insects into animal feed and their feces into organic fertilizer.
If you throw out one burger, the water waste is equivalent to a 90 minute shower.
They may be icky, but we should really start appreciating maggots, considering that they could play a crucial role in combatting the problem of food waste. These voracious eaters are able to consume m...
An industrial designer has put his skills to extremely good use by inventing a decanter that keeps wine fresh for at least 12 days. Tom Cotton, 43, is the brains behind 'eto', a wine preservation syst...
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From big bananas to coffee cups, nothing is off limits for Craig Reucassel.
A small step towards curbing food waste.
Goodbye, clutter. Hello, label maker.
We dump $20 billion worth of food every year.
You'll cut down on food waste (and fridge rage).
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It's actually pretty easy.
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The hardest part is picking which to make first.
This article is part of HuffPost's Reclaim campaign, an ongoing project spotlighting the world's waste crisis and how we can begin to solve it. Conservationists and those concerned about human hunger...
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60,000 unwanted phones = 60,000 meals for those who need it most.
This article is part of HuffPost's "Reclaim" campaign, an ongoing project spotlighting the world's waste crisis and how we can begin to solve it. France has little tolerance for trashing perfectly edi...
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Keep the bananas FAR away, people.
It's time to give back, and it's easy.
Tap into what's around you.
And here's what to do with them.
Get organic food without the price tag.
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It's time to double down.
No freezer is complete without a stash of cookie dough in it.
Turns out there's nutrition in all those knobby features.
From the woman who can fit every bit of rubbish she's produced in three years into a single jar, to the cafe using 'Jesus water' to clean its kitchen, the 'Zero Waste' movement is growing on both side...
You might be throwing out perfectly good food.
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Thrift shops are your best friend.