Love Food Hate Waste challenge 

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Take part in the challenge and discover ways to reduce your food waste.

Organic materials make up about half of what Queenslanders throw out each week. That adds up! It’s estimated that Australian households spend between $2,000 and $2,500 per year on food that is wasted.

Explore the options below to reduce your food waste at home and save money.

Love Food Hate Waste challenge 

Why take part in the three-week Love Food Hate Waste challenge?

  • Reduce food waste at home
  • Save time and money 
  • Reduce greenhouse gases at landfill.

The challenge will start on 15 July 2024, and will run until 5 August 2024. You can register at any time throughout the challenge. For more information contact [email protected].

Participants will receive:

  • weekly tips, tricks, challenges and links to resources for you to use at home. (Don't forget to share these with family, friends and colleagues)
  • end of challenge survey to see how well you have done
  • a chance to win prizes.

To join the Love Food Hate Waste library workshops, please register.

  • Meal planning
  • Food storage
  • Eat it up

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