Almost 1/3 of the food produced in the world goes to waste every year. The environmental and economical negative effects of this waste is enormous. Unfortunately, these effects can be amplified in times that unite us all. Taking action through small steps, however, is immensely beneficial in reversing the trend. One of these small steps to prevent waste is buying food responsibly.
In this episode of the Let’s Stay At Home series with Massimo Bottura, we answer this question along with practical tips and tricks to help you stock the kitchen and pantry responsibly.
We hope that these tips will help you make your groceries last longer, giving you fewer reasons to go out.
If you’ve already done your shopping check out our Using Every Bit of Food and Keeping Food Fresher for Longer articles for tips on storage and making the most of your quarantine shopping.
Now, let’s have a look at the third theme in our series: Buying Food Responsibly