29 Dec '14, 1am

Freezing food instead of binning it could save £250 per year say @Businessgreen thanks @JessicaBG

At this point in the festive season, you would probably rather eat your own hand than bite into another turkey sandwich, while at the same time you might be starting to think about the effect of those 28 mince pies on your waistband. In fact, research released by Populus today reveals that around three-quarters of us do not usually get through all the food we buy over the festive season and much of it ends up in the bin. FURTHER READING 2014, the green business year in review Study: Climate change could cut global food production 18 per cent by 2050 The survey of more than 2,000 people was carried out on behalf of the charity Hubbub, which is launching a new Festive Freeze campaign encouraging more people to use their freezers for leftovers rather than throw them away. Freezers may have been popular since the 1950s, but Hubbub found many of us do not use them to their full...

Full article: http://www.businessgreen.com/bg/news/2388120/freezing-foo...

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