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"Dining out" takes on a whole new meaning in Just Eat It.

This food waste is worth an estimated $27 billion each year.

Just Eat It is a 74-minute documentary film about food waste and food rescue by Peg Leg Films in partnership with...

Food waste is a huge problem. Learn about the issue in Canada. 

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In Canada, $31 billion worth of food ends up in landfills or composters each year...

Be honest: How often do you throw away food? Maybe that can of peas has gone past the expiry date, or maybe that...

 

     

You're eating local, maybe organic, or even growing your own food. Make sure you don't end up throwing out the...

A collaborative approach involving governments, businesses and NGOs is essential because governments in Canada have...

At the Root Cellar, Victoria’s busy green grocer, the fresh produce is in perpetual motion—turned, trimmed, culled...

Eat Right Ontario has tips of reducing food waste at home

Reducing food waste at home can be easy! Follow these 6 steps to get started. 

Ontario wants to ban food waste from being thrown in curbside trash bags by 2022.

 

    

Take the pledge and commit to making choices that will keep your food from becoming waste. You can take the pledge...

Check out David Suzuki Foundation's ‘5 ways to end food waste’

Metro Vancouver’s Love Food Hate Waste has lots of resources, tips and guides to keep your food fresher longer. ...