Did you know that one in five shopping bags of food ends up in the bin? What a waste!

The FREE Food Smart program is helping families cut food waste to save money and the environment.

The average family wastes almost $4,000 every year throwing food away. That’s $10 billion worth of food binned by NSW households every year. Throwing food away not only wastes the food itself, but also the energy, water and natural resources used to grow, package, transport and sell it. 

The good news is that by making a few small simple changes at home, you can save money and reduce the amount of food you throw out.

Food Smart is a free program helping local families reduce their food waste – saving time, money and valuable natural resources. 

It includes easy, step-by-step guides to help you reduce your food waste and keep more money in your pocket.

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SIGN UP FOR FOOD SMART TODAY!

To Join our Food Smart program: CLICK HERE

Join our Food Smart Community and download FREE Food Smart resources including a handy meal planner, shopping list, actions cards and seasonal food guides with easy recipes to help you make the most of the food you buy!

  • keep $4000 a year in your pocket
  • get your FREE step-by-step guide
  • learn to shop, serve, store and save
  • reduce landfill and greenhouse gases
  • get your kids involved to create change

Food Smart involves

1. Look at your current food waste habits
2. Download FREE Food Smart resources to help you make the most of the food you buy!
3. Showcase your new skills.

For more information and to get involved visit the Food Smart website go to https://www.lovefoodhatewaste.nsw.gov.au/at-home/food-smart-program

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Ever visited a Community Recycling Centre? Our friendly team are ready to help and answer any questions. It’s a quick and free service. 👉 Find your nearest CRC at www.midwaste.org.au/community-recycling-centres-crc/MidCoast Council Port Macquarie-Hastings Council Kempsey Shire Council Nambucca Valley Council Coffs Harbour City Council Coffs Coast Waste Services Re-imagine Waste NSW Household Problem Wastes ... Close Post
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Following on from the first successful Festival Of New Thinking presentation and workshop, RethinkingBusiness, "Sustainability is imPOSSIBLE" will bring together local business leaders telling stories of how they adopted sustainable practices and cut the cost of doingbusiness – all while reducing their carbon footprint.Far from being a passing fad, organisations around the world have seen first-hand how environmental sustainability efforts are good for people, planet and profit.Closer to home, there are great examples of Coffs Coast businesses turning problems into opportunities.At the event on July 8, Faircloth & Reynolds, The Happy Frog, Gamumbi Early Childhood Centre, The Hilltop Store and Let Them Play Toys will share their already-tested sustainable solutions so you can apply them in your business.Also joining the event will be Alicia Cameron, business owner and founder of Plastic Free Port Stephens. Alicia will share insights and practical ideas she has gained working with a variety of industries, and help you understand solutions toplastic pollution and why this matters to your community and customers.Sustainability is ImPossible will also host the launch of the Sustainable Business Collective (SBC), a new group that will aim to bolster the Coffs Coast’s sustainable business profile, and form new partnerships and collaborations.6 degrees is an initiative of Coffs Harbour City Council supporting innovation, startups, and business growth. Find out more at 6degreesco.com.au.Registration: Registration is $15 and limited to 50 people. A light meal will be provided to all attendees.Register at: www.eventbrite.com.au/e/156450745391 ... Close Post
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MidWaste is Proudly supported by these regional councils

This program is supported by the NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.