Your business is food

Your business is food

CUTTING FOOD WASTE is the best way to save money and boost your business profits… and it’s easy.

Our free program provides information, advice and resources to reduce the amount of food you throw away in your business.

How it works:

      1. Do a FOOD WASTE REVIEW to work out where food is being wasted (during preparation, storage or from customers plates)
      2. Develop an ACTION PLAN to reduce food waste
      3. Celebrate SUCCESS with a follow-up review
      4. PROMOTE your achievements to staff and customers

The Your Business is Food program step-by-step tips will help you identify where to cut costs and provide practical solutions to reduce food waste and save money.

Contact us to take part in this FREE program and receive face to face support and useful resources such as coasters and take away stickers.

Visit the Your Business is Food program website to read about seven ways you can reduce food waste in your business.

Watch how The Element Bar in Coffs Harbour reduced their waste.

Watch how Drury Lane in Port Macquarie reduced their waste

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🌟Winners are grinners! 🌟Congratulations to our winners of 5 Subpod inground composting systems! Corinne Veitch from Valla, Deborah Unger from Taree, Karen Smidt from Stratford, Lorraine from Tea Gardens, and Meredith Dunn from Corindi Beach!It’s not too late to save thousands of dollars every year by reducing your food waste! Join the FREE Food Smart program today:mailchi.mp/midwaste/foodsmart/ 🗑️ Find out how much food (and money!) you’re throwing away📝 Use the handy meal planner and shopping list to save $🥦 Learn savvy storage hacks to keep your food fresher for longer🍝 Dish up perfect portions with handy guides💡 Love your leftovers with creative recipe ideas Nambucca Valley Council MidCoast Council Coffs Harbour City Council ... Close Post
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This program is supported by the NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.