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It Takes A Village To Reduce Food Waste

July 13, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Composting is crucial to the fight against food waste, says a University of Iowa student and environmentalist. The practice would help cut the 18,000 tons of food waste that annually ends up in the Iowa City landfill. Composting involves different agencies and organizations, from food co-ops to supermarkets to local governments. But the best advice on reducing food waste is fairly simple. It comes from food journalist Michael Pollan who tells people to buy fresh ingredients in smaller quantities more often. It essentially means mindful thriftiness.[Image Credit: © OregonMetro.gov ]
Dot Armstrong, "Armstrong: Local Composting Will Help Reduce Waste", The Daily Iowan, July 13, 2017, © The Daily Iowan
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