The average American spends over $150 a week on groceries, making food a major expense. Yet we throw out 40 percent of the food we buy. That means we are tossing away $240 worth of food each month.
Many times, we pick up meat or produce because it’s a good deal. But we can’t use it before it expires, so it spoils and has to be thrown away. If you could cut down on that food waste, you could save a significant amount of money. If you were able to reduce how much food was thrown away to . . .
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