Buy Keep Eat Repeat

Over a ¼ of waste in the general rubbish bin at home is food. Keeping food out of the bin is not only better for the planet but it’s better for your pocket too.

How you can help. Use up your leftovers, freeze what you don’t use, and plan before you buy. Your wallet will be healthier too! Follow these ‘Buy, Keep, Eat, Repeat’ tips, to help you plan meals, store your food right, use up leftovers and recycle food in your food caddy or bin!

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Love Food Hate Waste

Save the planet, save your food. The average family of four can save just over £60 per month by reducing their food waste. From shop to home – we can all make a difference.

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Resources

Buy, Eat, Keep, Repeat

Take a look at the Recycle for Greater Manchester website for lots of tips and tricks on how to reduce food waste!

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What your organisation can do

Using WRAP’s tools and guidance, organisations can work out what types of waste to measure and how to measure it.

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Guardians of Grub

Empowering professionals from across the hospitality and food service sector to reduce the amount of food thrown away in their businesses. Join the movement and rise up against food waste.

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Check the temperature of your fridge

If the temperature is too high, food will go off easily. Did you know our fridges should be below 5°C?

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Food storage A-Z

Check you’re storing food correctly. So it stays fresher and lasts for longer.

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Batch cooking

Batch cook to get the most out of your food and save time later, using fresh food first.

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Use up your leftovers

Take a look at the BBC Good Food website for lots of ways to use up your leftovers.

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Recycle or compost the food you can’t save

Use your food caddy or green bin at home for any food waste you may have. Find out more about what happens to your food and garden waste.

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Study: Fix to food climate problem doesn’t require veganism

A new study says how we grow, eat and waste food is a big climate change problem that may keep the world from reaching its temperature-limiting goals, but we don’t all have to go vegan…

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