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How to Reduce Food Waste and Save Money

How many times do you find yourself discarding food that has gone bad before you had a chance to use it? Well, you certainly aren’t the only one. Food waste is a prevalent problem all across the nation, but it has other consequences as well. For example, wasted food means wasted money. Fortunately, there are …

Five Tips to Keep Your Veggies Fresh in the Fridge

There is nothing quite like the delight of preparing and eating fresh vegetables. Juicy red tomatoes, vibrant orange peppers, and crispy green lettuce are just some of the delicious vegetables you may find yourself adding to your grocery cart each week. While purchasing fresh veggies is quite simple, what proves to be a bit more …

Why Fresh Food Is Better For You Than Frozen Food

Picture a rainbow of vibrant colors going down the conveyor at the grocery store checkout. There are yellow bananas and squash, green cucumbers and asparagus, red peppers, pink pomegranates, purple eggplants, and even white onions and mushrooms. Why would anyone consider frozen food when buying fresh ingredients is so appealing when it comes to quality …

How to Delay Fresh Foods From Rotting

Few things are more beautiful than perfectly fresh fruits and veggies, but it seems as if no matter how soon you plan on eating fresh food after buying it, the food always seems to go bad. Thankfully, there are a few things you can do to delay food rotting in order that you can enjoy …

5 Ways to Decrease Your Carbon Footprint at the Grocery Store

Going green has never been more popular than it has in recent years. More consumers are taking steps to decrease carbon footprint by conserving water, investing in reusable products and buying energy-efficient home appliances. You might already use these methods, but there are five more things you can do at the grocery store to further …

How to Deter Mold on Fresh Foods

You know that buying and eating more fresh fruits and vegetables is a great way to improve your health, but if you’re like most consumers, your food likely molds and spoils faster than you can enjoy it. In addition to wasting money, annual food waste in the U.S. has been known to add up to …

5 Non-Toxic Ways to Remove Fridge Odors

If you’ve ever opened your refrigerator and been blown away by the scent that escaped from its depths, you’re in good company. Many people have a difficult time keeping their refrigerators odor-free, especially if they forget to throw away old food before it begins to mold and rot. While refrigerator odors are known to be …

10 Easy Tips for Going Green With Your Groceries

Going green sounds great in theory, but it can be tricky to actually incorporate green habits into your lifestyle. Who has time to walk or ride their bike everywhere in order to reduce the harmful effect of emissions? Thankfully, going green doesn’t have to be as extreme as packing up your belongings and moving to …

3 Ways To Extend The Life of Fruits and Vegetables

Did you know that nearly 14 percent of the food purchased in the United States is never eaten, instead making its way to the garbage can because it spoiled before it could be used? In many cases, the problem isn’t that people are buying too much food, rather that they simply aren’t storing it correctly. …