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Make It a Zero- Waste Holiday


Food does its best work for your health when it’s on your plate and ready to be relished with friends and family. Yet roughly one-third of all food globally goes uneaten each year, with tossed food constituting the single largest component in landfills. Beyond the added cost and environmental challenges of tossing so much perfectly good food, a new study in the found another reason to make the most out of the groceries you buy. The study found

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