Food packaging in the UK is labelled with either a 'use-by' or 'best before' date and these dates are intended to help consumers make informed decisions about the safety and quality of their food. The differences between the two are important to remember as food is often thrown away despite being perfectly safe to eat.
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Freezing food is an easy way to reduce food waste and save yourself money. Our top tips may seem obvious, but following them stops your leftover lasagna getting lost in the back of the freezer.
Milk is high in calcium, a good source of protein and also contains potassium so preventing it from being wasted its good for our bodies as well as the planet.
Once your bananas start to ripen it might seem like they're past their best in the blink of an eye. Whilst they may not be great for a snack at this point, they are perfect to bake with. This recipe will show you how to get the best out of your bananas.
Soup is an easy meal to make and a great way to use up your leftover vegetables. It can also be frozen and ready to consume on a busy day.
We know we're a little late with Pancake Day being yesterday but in the spirit of using things up, why not turn your overripe bananas into delicious pancakes?
Bread is one of the most commonly wasted foods in the UK. At Foodsave, we'll show you how to save your stale loaves from your food waste caddy.
Potato peelings are unnecessarily thrown away when they are a great source of fibre and easy to turn into a delicious snack.