We had the opportunity to review a new vacuum sealer on the market, the INKBIRD PLUS vacuum sealer, which boasts a 10-in-one kit and impressive features. Learn how this vacuum sealer extends the shelf life of your fresh foods while also helping the environment.
Looking for an eco-friendly and versatile food storage solution? Read on to discover the benefits of using beeswax wraps. Learn how these reusable wraps can help you reduce waste, keep your food fresh for longer, and save money in the long run.
Learn 5 simple and practical ways to reduce food waste and save money while helping the planet. From meal planning to composting, discover easy tips to minimize food waste in your kitchen and make a positive impact on the environment.
If you’re like most people, the weekdays are a mad dash to get out the door on time. You’re juggling work, errands, and maybe even kids. The last thing you want to think about is what you’re going to eat. That’s where meal prepping comes in. Here are some healthy meal prep ideas to get you started.
It’s no secret that the world has a food waste problem. Every year, billions of pounds of perfectly good food end up in landfills, where it decomposes and emits methane, a powerful greenhouse gas. Not only does this have a major impact on the environment, but it also means that people are going hungry while food is being wasted. This is a critical issue that needs to be addressed.
The solutions start right in your kitchen.
Besides brushing up mothballs and sweeping away spiderwebs, we can also look at the other ways we pollute the Earth, and choose to “clean up” our actions by adopting habits that have a lower impact on the environment. Here are a few simple changes you can make today.
Three billion people globally can’t afford to eat a healthy diet. Of these people, 690 million are hungry on a day-to-day basis. Food security is a growing issue, even in first-world nations. In countries like Canada, fast food is cheaper than fresh, healthy produce. So, how big of an issue is it? This Infographic breaks down the numbers.
Food waste accounts for up to 29% of the amount of trash each year in the US. Here are 9 effective ways to reduce your food waste at home.
Almost one-third of all food produced in the U.S. In 2017 alone, for example, 103 million tons of food was ultimately thrown out. That kind of waste represents a serious problem for both the environment and your family’s pocketbooks. Here’s how you can minimize food wastage.