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This week on the Daily Beat: We focus on practical ways to reduce waste in the kitchen during the holidays.
Today on the Daily Beat, Thursday December 24, 2015: Americans are shocked to learn that the average household of four spends about $120 per month on food that’s never eaten. Dana Gunders may have some answers: “Whenever I talk about the issue at conferences or in the media, people always ask what they can do about it.”
Dana Gunders, staff scientist focused on food and agriculture, describes her book as a “light-hearted kitchen reference book packed with handy information to help reduce the amount of food wasted in your daily life.” Working for the Natural Resources Defense Council, she speaks with us about writing her book, Waste-Free Kitchen Handbook and reducing food waste.
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