Food & Drink

Bin it Britain: Nation loses £9.7 billion per year throwoing away unused food

The average UK household estimates they throw away £6.84 of unused food each week, equating to £355.68 worth of food every year and a staggering £9.7billion across the country, according to new research. The study by leading savings site VoucherCodes.co.uk reveals that a third of Brits (33%)...

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By News Desk Posted: 22/08/19 Updated: 22/08/19

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