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“Would you wear clothing partly made of wasted food? “ London-based designer Hoyan Ip reuses leftovers to create fashionable trimmings, such as buttons, belt buckles, sequins.

The Impact Of Organic Waste - Live Green and Earn Points - Recyclebank

Remind your friends and family this holiday season about the importance of reducing food waste, and composting or saving leftovers where you can! Pass it on. :)

Remind your friends and family this holiday season about the importance of reducing food waste, and composting or saving leftovers where you can! Pass it on.

Bio-trimmings by Hoyan Ip

London designer Hoyan Ip turns food waste into buttons, buckles, and other fashion trims.

It's hoped Aussies will buy more fruit and vegies which have bumps, blemishes and other visual imperfections

Aussies encouraged to buy 'ugly' fruit and veggies to stop food waste

Reducing Food Waste by Accepting “Wonky” Vegetables

Reducing Food Waste by Accepting “Wonky” Vegetables. Supermarkets are wasting huge amounts of food by refusing to sell aesthetically imperfect produce. How can we resolve this?

Between 30% and 40% of food produced around the world is never eaten, according to the study.

Reducing food waste would mitigate climate change, study shows

Scientists estimate up to of emissions from agriculture in 2050 could be avoided by managing food use and distribution better

I HAVE READ WHOLE FOODS SELL GMO PRODUCTS, SO NO I WON'T BE BUYING ANYTHING THERE   Would You Buy Produce That Looks Like This From Whole Foods?

Would You Buy Produce That Looks Like This From Whole Foods?

Would You Buy Produce That Looks Like This From Whole Foods? They're planning to sell "ugly" fruits and vegetables, but have they gone too far?

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