This morning you may have discovered your milk was spoiled and tossed it in the garbage before trying to find something else to eat. Maybe you didn’t finish your whole breakfast and that went in the trash, too.
You’re not alone. An estimated 1/3 of the world’s food is wasted along the supply and consumption chain from farm to kitchen. How much does that add up to? A lot!
There are programs, however, that are helping to combat food waste and there are even a few steps you can take to help in your home as well. Whilst this article is “American Based” there is no reason for you not to look at our own African context and see what you can do about how much you WASTE!
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