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Do Something about Food Waste


What could this be spent on:
Out of the $8 billion what do we waste every year?
Why is it wasted?
Who are the biggest wasters of food?
When food rots in landfill, it gives off a greenhouse gas called Methane which is 25 times more potent than the carbon pollution that comes out of your car exhaust.

The hidden impact?
When you throw out food, you also waste the water, fuel and resources it took to get the food from the paddock to your plate.

An estimated 20-40% of fruit and vegetables are rejected even before they reach the shops mostly because they do not match consumers' and supermarkets' high cosmetic standards.

If you add up the foods Australia wastes each year, it's enough to fill 450,000 garbage trucks. Placed end to end, the convoy would bridge the gap between Australia and New Zealand just over three times.