Food waste is one of the biggest problems in our world today. Every year in the United Kingdom, 18 million tonnes of food ends up in the landfill. Approximately a third of this waste is caused by the producers and…
Not only does it cost a lot of money, energy and natural resources to manufacture and transport new products, it also costs a great deal to process these products as waste once we're done with them. The more rubbish we put in the ground, the more our landfills release toxic gases and substances that contribute to climate change, can kill plants and animals and contaminate our water supplies.
Being frugal and savvy means carefully choose what to buy based on your practical needs and create a freedom that you never thought existed. Having less IS more and here is how it works
Plastic food containers: can be replaced with glass, porcelain or stainless-steel containers, particularly for hot food or liquids. Research has proven that harmful chemicals in plastic can leach into your food (or liquid) during storage, especially when heated. There is also evidence that some acidic foods can cause leaching even without being heated.