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Food Waste

  • A Restaurant's Guide to Reducing Food Waste

    In the United States, between consumers and retail (restaurants and stores), 31% of the food supply is wasted every year. This is equal to 133 billion pounds and nearly $162 billion worth of food (according to the USDA). While some of this is due to food spoiling, a lot is because of restaurants and grocery stores over-ordering or misuse while cooking.  View Post
  • How Becoming Eco-Friendly Saves You Money

    Many people associate being eco-friendly with spending more money. While some eco-friendly products are more expensive than their traditional counterparts, being eco-friendly as a whole will save you money. We'll tell you how. View Post
  • A Simple Guide to Keeping Your Restaurant Fridge Clean

    The fridge in your restaurant kitchen is your biggest line of defense against unsafe food conditions. Everyone knows how difficult it is to keep your home fridge clean and that's only used by your family! Your whole kitchen staff uses your restaurant fridge - it's bound to get disorganized. We made a simple guide to keeping your restaurant fridge clean. View Post
  • 10 Simple Swaps to Make Your Restaurant More Eco-Friendly

    Becoming an eco-friendly restaurant can seem daunting, expensive, and overwhelming. It doesn't have to be! Becoming a more environmentally friendly restaurant means making simple swaps to more eco-friendly alternatives. Here are 10 simple swaps to make your restaurant more eco-friendly. View Post
  • How to Reduce Water Usage in Your Restaurant

    Water waste is an issue for the environment and your wallet. It may seem like a small drip or some excess running water doesn't matter, but these instances add up to be much worse. Keep reading to learn how to reduce water usage in your restaurant. View Post
  • What Produce is in Season in Autumn?

    It can be tricky to find local produce when you don't know what's in season. Using produce that's in season is a great way you can help the environment and support local farms. It's better for the environment and local farms to buy what's in season. Here's a comprehensive list of what's in season so you can buy the right produce. View Post