Save food and beat the bin
Let’s be realistic: sometimes we are so busy that thinking about how to save food at home often falls to the bottom of our list. Instead of trying to overhaul your food habits in one day, let’s take action together in bite-sized chunks.
Simple changes really do add up if we all make a small change today, and continue that action every day.
Get started on your food-saving journey
We all know how busy life can be, so choose one simple food hack to try today - whether that’s planning more meals so you know what you need in your weekly shop, measuring your rice or pasta before cooking, popping leftovers in the fridge or freezer for another meal, or checking your fridge is set to a cool enough temperature.
It doesn’t have to be anything complicated, like going fully ‘zero waste’ at the drop of a hat, making meals from fruit and veg peelings, or growing your own veg (although if you’re into it, that’s brilliant!) One small change really does make a huge difference if enough of us take that action.
Keep doing your chosen action every week until it becomes second nature and part of your weekly food routine. Then try something else. In a few weeks, you’ll be surprised at how much food you’re saving from the bin and how many more £s you have in your pocket.
Resources for community group leaders
We can achieve so much more with you working alongside us. With your help, we can reach more people within their communities and inspire action in homes across the country.
Sign up to our resource library and you’ll have access to lots of resources that you are very welcome to use for your groups: including Love Food Hate Waste branded social media resources, tested messages and facts about food waste, and printable materials.
Food Waste Action Week in March is another great change to get involved and help us raise awareness of the importance of tackling the food waste issue, together.