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Fruit and veg: is fresh always best?

Fruit and veg: is fresh always best?

Is fresh fruit and veg always best? We look at the benefits of frozen and tinned and how they can be better from a nutritional, convenience and cost aspect as well as reducing food waste.

Coronavirus: Is it ever safe to keep foods after their best before and use by dates?

Coronavirus: Is it ever safe to keep foods after their best before and use by dates?

As coronavirus lockdown continues, we thought that now was a great time for a reminder about best before and use by dates. Is it safe to eat foods after their...

10 ways our Which? family is making food go further

10 ways our Which? family is making food go further

We asked visitors to our Which? members club Facebook group and our Which? Facebook page what steps they had been taking to make their food go further. Here are their...

Waitrose Unpacked – is packaging-free food budget-friendly?

Waitrose Unpacked – is packaging-free food budget-friendly?

Waitrose has extended its packaging-free trial to stores in Abingdon, Cheltenham and Wallingford. The trial allows customers to bring in their own, refillable containers for fruit and veg, pasta, cereals,...

Three food waste facts everyone needs to know

Three food waste facts everyone needs to know

Food waste is a major problem in the UK. We throw away 10.2 million tonnes of food each year and the majority of this comes from UK households. We need to get better at not wasting food and recycling our food waste when we have it to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Tesco and WWF partner to halve environmental impact of UK food shopping

Tesco and WWF partner to halve environmental impact of UK food shopping

Tesco and WWF are aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the average UK shopping by 50% by 2022. How, and what are other supermarkets doing?

New pledge to reduce food waste by 50% from food industry businesses

New pledge to reduce food waste by 50% from food industry businesses

Food waste costs £20 billion per year in the UK, but the Food Waste Reduction Roadmap is designed to reduce this by half by 2030. What is it, who supports it, and what can you do?

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