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In the UK we throw away 7.2 million tonnes of food every year. Much of the food we waste ends up in landfill where it rots and releases methane, a damaging greenhouse gas. If we stopped throwing away food that could be eaten it would save as much carbon as taking 1 in 5 cars of UK roads.
Over a month the average family throws away up to £50 of food. The good news is we can all do something about it.

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It pays to plan
Planning your meals is one of the best ways to cut food waste. Before you go shopping check what’s in your fridge, cupboard and freezer. Write a list before you go out and stick to it – it can save time and money.
Know your Dates
The ‘use by’ date is key in terms of food safety. Never eat food after this date. ‘Best before’ dates refer to quality rather than food safety. One exception is eggs – never eat eggs after the ‘best before’ date.
Getting to know your freezer
You don’t have to freeze food on the day you buy it – you can freeze it before the ’use by’ date then defrost and use within 24 hours.
Savvy storage
Always follow storage guidance on food packs to enjoy your food at its best
Perfect portions
Make sure you use the right portions. An averaged sized mug is great for measuring uncooked rice – one adult portion is about a quarter of a mug. Don’t worry if you cook too much food, you can freeze leftovers or eat them for lunch the next day.

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Fruit and Veg
Store fruit (except bananas and pineapples) and vegetables (except potatoes and onions) in the fridge to keep fresher for longer.
Stuck for ideas? Even tired veg is great in a stir fry, soup, smoothie, sauce or casserole. Over ripe fruit in a smoothie.
Bread
Don’t put your bread in the fridge as it’ll go stale more quickly. Keep it in a cool, dark place instead.
Bread keeps well in the freezer. To toast it simply pop a frozen slice directly into the toaster for a little longer than usual.
Dairy
Cheese Freezes well if you grate it first. Then it can be used straight from frozen for omelettes and toppings on meals like shepherd’s pie.
You can also freeze yoghurt. When it’s defrosted it’s perfect in smoothies.
Homemade meals, ready meals, meat and fish
These are suitable for home freezing.
If your plans change and you can’t eat them fresh, simply pop them in the freezer before the ‘use by’ date. Once defrosted, use within 24 hours.

Earth Day

Earth Day, which was established in 1970 in the US, is celebrated on 22nd April each year. It is a day to think about our planet and what we can do to keep it special; to think about saving water and energy, reducing pollution, recycling, protecting our animals, trees and plants, and generally getting kids interested in protecting their environment.

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In an always-connected world, it’s impossible to live without consuming energy. But by just being more aware of your individual impact, you can make small changes to reduce your carbon footprint – by turning off lights when you leave a room, keeping your home insulated, and unplugging uneccessary appliances. There’s even apps that can help you out – Johnnie Walker (yes, the whisky company) have made the Earth Mode Chrome extension, which tracks your internet use and shows you how much energy you’ve consumed. And if you feel guilty, they’ll plant trees to offset the impact.

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Go for a bike ride or a long walk (leave the car behind)
Hold a nature “scavenger hunt” (send the kids out into the garden or park in teams to collect – or spot – various items on a list you provide)
Print out some of our posters and place in strategic positions around the house. Talk about saving water when brushing teeth and saving energy by turning off the lights when you leave a room
Bake your favourite cookie or biscuit recipe and let the kids decorate with icing to look like the planet earth
Gather family and friends together and combine a picnic or other excursion with a litter clean-up
Set up a recycling centre in your home or school
Look through your shelves and find some books to give away via your local charity shop or library

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Citizens Advice has claimed that many of the UK’s biggest ISPs impose ‘loyalty penalties’ on long-term broadband customers.
According to the charity, the increases come into effect when introductory offers end, with prices rising by 43% on average a year, or £113 every 12 months.
Which might not be a massive shock to the tech-savvy – introductory deals are, after all, just that – but the report notes that over a third of customers were unaware the price hikes were being implemented, with the research adding that older and poorer households were most likely to get stung.
In all, Citizens Advice found that four of the UK’s five biggest broadband players were guilty of ‘loyalty penalties’ – only Virgin Media gets off scot-free.
Here’s a breakdown of the ‘loyalty penalties’, according to Citizens Advice’s findings:
• BT: 12 month contract – £198 (67%)
• Sky: 12 month contract – £120 (53%)
• EE: 18 month contract – £90 (36%)
• TalkTalk: 24 months – £66 (28%)
Gillian Guy, chief executive of Citizens Advice, commented:
“Loyal broadband customers are being stung by big price rises once their fixed deal ends.
“The government has rightly put energy firms on warning for how they treat loyal customers – the actions of broadband firms warrant similar scrutiny.”
These ‘loyalty penalties’ claimed by Citizens Advice would be in addition to the annual increases imposed by most broadband providers – in the last 12 months, Sky, Virgin, TalkTalk and EE have all increased their prices.