Love Food Hate Waste
Households in the UK throw away 7.2 million tonnes of food and drink every year. The average family could save £680 a year or £50 a month by making some quick and easy changes to how they manage food.
More than half of the food thrown away could have been eaten. The most commonly thrown away foods are - fruit and vegetables, drinks and bakery items like bread.
Do I really waste food?
We all do but often we don't notice it - visit the Love Food Hate Waste kitchen to see where you may waste food.
What can I do to start saving money?
Why does reducing food waste matter?
Did you know - Of all the food thrown away in the UK, almost 50% comes from households. Find out what supermarkets are doing to help us to make the most of our food.
See the new love food hate waste infographic - the truth about food waste.
What have we been doing in North Yorkshire to reduce food waste?
Since the launch of the Love Food Hate Waste campaign in 2007, there has been a nationwide saving of almost £400 million of food avoided from landfill. For more information on the activities that have been carried out in York and North Yorkshire, visit the campaign activity page.
If you'd like to ask a question or pick up a food waste saving freebie, see which Events we'll be having a stall at.
Download the New Love Food Hate Waste free App!
The all new Love Food Hate Waste App has arrived on iphone and android and allows you to easily keep track of food planning, shopping, cooking meals and making the most of leftovers.
Here's what else you can get from the app:
Download the app free at the Love Food Hate Waste website.