Save some money and avoid food waste with these simple tips.
Here are four steps in the right direction.
It may sound counterintuitive, but here's why it works.
You were going to throw them out anyway — so why not fry them up?
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USDA’s bailout program for farmers sends abundant meat, vegetables and fruits to feed low-income Americans.
And why Instagram isn't helping.
South Korea has managed to increase food waste recycling levels from 2 percent to 95 percent.
More than a third of the food in the United States goes to waste — about 400 pounds a year per American.