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40% of food is wasted in the US every year


"Americans throw away
$165 billion
of food each year"


150,000 tons of food are thrown away every day in the United States. Each household wastes about $1,500 worth of food a year. Fruits and vegetables make up 39 percent of everything edible we throw away.
Here's the good news: we could cut the amount of fresh produce we toss out every day by using a few simple tricks.

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Our Complete Guide to Storing Fresh Foods

🥛 Glass bottles do an excellent job of sealing, and they stay more cold than cardboard cartons, so your milk stays fresh for as long as possible. Also, remember to keep your milk on one of the fridge shelves, since the doors are typically further away from the cooling element inside. 

🥖 The lack of preservatives in bakery or homemade bread is usually a good thing—except when it comes to shelf life. To keep it as fresh as possible, cover it with a dry kitchen towel and place it in a paper bag to imitate the effect of an old-school bread box. This lets it breathe without drying it out, and keeps your bread fresh longer. 

🧽 Make sure to clean out your fridge frequently to prevent bacteria and germs from spreading, and to keep it looking nice and clean for all of your beautiful, fresh produce. 

🍷 If you're thinking of putting those bottles of red wine in a rack on top of the fridge...don't. You end up getting more heat on top of the fridge, which is bad for wine. Instead, keep that bottle of vino in a cool, dark place around 60 degrees F. A low spot in your dark pantry would also work well.

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