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At one point or another, all of us have had to throw food away – and it’s never a good feeling.
Not just because it ends up being a waste of money, but because it’s a waste of resources. All of the food in your household has a carbon footprint, and when it doesn’t go to use, it’s really just had a negative impact on the environment with no pay off. This is even more true if it’s a meat product.
Have you ever taken something or someone for granted? What does it actually mean to take something for granted? How does it make you feel? What do you take for granted now?
For millions of people, finding enough fuel to cook food is a daily struggle.
This simple, electricity-free slow cooker called The Wonderbag addresses all of these problems.
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The world population consumes around 10 per cent more food than it needs, while almost nine per cent is thrown away or left to spoil, researchers say.
Entrepreneur Tom Szacky founded his business TerraCycle to solve the gargantuan problem of waste in the world.
“How long is the shelf life for your fruits since you guys don’t have electricity or somewhere permanent to keep them?”