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Keep your food—and money—out of the trash!
The average American wastes 209–254 pounds of edible food each year. That is a huge waste of resources and costs a family of four about $130 a month. Yet most people don’t realize they waste that much.
Wasting food has negative impacts for your family, the environment and for our communities.
Take the pledge
Pledge here to reduce the food you waste at home by changing a few small things about the way you shop for, prepare, eat and store your foods. You will be entered into our drawing to win great waste reduction and food saving prizes.
|Learn more the negative impacts of wasted food|
|Use our SMART tips and tools to waste less food.|
|What individuals can do|
|What businesses can do|
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|Learn more by visiting our resources page.|
Call Gabby Byrne at (360) 867-2284 or e-mail Byrneg@co.thurston.wa.us.
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