Ah, Christmas. The time of year when we deviate from our usual shopping list and believe we are feeding a small country. All retailers, and it would seem, especially food retailers love to play to our sense of nurturing our families through feeding them. Which is great, except…all of that left-over food. Fear not, help is at hand. Here we guide you with some nifty tips to stop the waste.
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