Top tips for reducing food waste and saving money

Food waste is a huge problem that not many people are talking about. More than one-third of all food produced globally is wasted or spoiled. In fact, food can be wasted before it is even sold.

For example, if fruit and veg are misshapen, marked, discoloured or oddly sized, there’s a chance they don’t meet customer standards. This results in them being thrown away before even leaving the farm or where they have been produced. Unfortunately, sometimes food goes off during transportation, which means it has to be discarded as it is not suitable to consume. 

People throwing away their food is one of the most common reasons for food waste, and over 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted every year. From not understanding the difference between best before and use by dates, to people overbuying, there is a lot of food waste that can easily be avoided.

Below are a few tips on how to reduce food waste and save money.

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How to dispose of your television

For many people, a television is one of the most used electrical appliances in their home. When you are getting a new one, because you fancy an upgrade or because your television has finally broken, you must dispose of the old one safely and effectively.

Below is our guide of how to dispose of your television, whether it is in working condition or broken.

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