FOOD LOSS A quite obvious way food waste affects families is through the loss of food itself. The United Nations states that an estimated one in nine people across the world do not have access to proper food sources in order to sustain healthy lifestyles.
CONTRIBUTES TO THE LARGER ISSUES Food waste is a worldwide problem that can be attributed to the climate crisis, hunger, wasted money and time, and other environmental issues. There are many ways you and your family can help to curb your part in this large-scale issue and begin with proper planning and managing of your food supplies and your leftovers.
HOW LEFTOVERS CAN CHANGE YOUR BUDGET AND SAVE YOU MONEY While leftovers may not sound appealing to the general public, saving money does! Surprisingly, leftovers can become a huge part of budgeting and savings when it comes to food expenses. Think of all the times you have thrown out those old leftover meals that no one in the family has touched in days, or even weeks!
HOW TO CHANGE YOUR PERCEPTION OF EATING LEFTOVERS We all have those in our families who are picky eaters, and getting them to eat leftovers may seem impossible but in this article, we are going to cover a few ways to change their perception and make eating leftovers a family tradition they will enjoy instead of dread.
ZERO WASTE MOVEMENT: CHALLENGE YOURSELF FOR 1 MONTH! The world is slowly coming to see the effects of waste of all kinds such as food, clothes, water, and even electricity. This waste creates larger issues that ripple out globally. That is why the Zero Waste Challenge was born.