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Waste not, want not

From ‘compleating’ to food sharing and meal rescuing, Ellen Tout tries a few non-wasteful food approaches and finds a little goes a long way

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ILLUSTRATION: NAOMI WILKINSON. *WRAP, THE WASTE AND RESOURCES ACTION PROGRAMME, 2019

Every year in the UK, we throw out 10.2 million tonnes of food – 7.1 million of which comes from our homes. Shockingly, 70 per cent of that ‘waste’ could have been eaten. When food reaches landfill, it can’t compost naturally and takes many years to degrade, releasing methane in the process. This is responsible for eight per cent of global greenhouse gases.

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