Food & Drink

Watch Your Waste - Research reveals over half of Plymouth households waste over £100 worth of food each year

Grocery prices may recently have risen at their fastest rate in four years,[1] but over half of Plymouth households continue to spend money on food they don’t use. This is according to the latest research from furniture fittings specialist Häfele. While recent headlines have highlighted the...

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By plymouthdailynews Posted: 05/02/18 Updated: 05/02/18

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