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Share your recipes for leftovers on Love Food Surrey’s new Facebook app

A new Facebook app has been launched by Surrey County Council to encourage the county’s residents to share recipes which turn lovely leftovers into tasty treats. Creating the app is the latest way the council’s Love Food Surrey campaign is helping residents to reduce the 75,000 tonnes of uneaten food which is thrown away in … Continue reading

Surrey’s food waste team hit the road

Residents are able to pick up easy, practical advice and food saving gadgets such as recipe cards, to help cut down the amount of food they throw away at a number of roadshows being run across the county. The 35 roadshows form part of Surrey Waste Partnership’s Love Food Surrey campaign which is encouraging people … Continue reading

Bread binned could fill 56 double decker buses

Please find two versions of the press release below, featuring national and local figures. National press release Bread binned could fill 56 double decker buses Every day in the UK people throw away enough bread to fill 56 double decker buses. And across the nation this summer enough potatoes will be binned to cover 139 … Continue reading

Can you freeze eggs?

Can you freeze eggs? And is it safe to leave an open tin of beans in the fridge? Answers to these questions and many more are given by chef Carmela Tomkins on Surrey County Council’s Love Food Surrey campaign website. It features a host of recipe ideas for leftovers, shopping and food storage tips. John … Continue reading

Help for hard-up mums skipping meals to feed kids

Cash-strapped mums who are skipping meals to feed their children have been urged to take on the Love Food Surrey challenge to save up to £50 on their monthly shop. Shocking research has revealed one in five mothers in austerity Britain are missing meals because money is tight*. Surrey County Council’s Love Food Surrey campaign … Continue reading

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