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Nearly 20% of the food we buy is wasted. That’s like throwing away one bag of shopping out of every 5 bought – costing the average household around £70 each month.
And there's a further cost for getting rid of it. Around a third of the waste Derbyshire households throw in their non-recycling bin is food – more than 57,000 tonnes – costing council tax-payers £7.46 million a year in disposal costs.
But we can help. This A to Z guide is full of quick tips and brilliant tricks to make your food last longer, reduce your food waste and save you money.
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