By Katelyn Marie Poyntz
The average Canadian household throws out $1,766 of food every year, and that amount increased during the pandemic due to overbuying habits.
It’s best to buy what you need and use what you buy. Here are some tips to help you do that:
*This post is based on content originally posted on Wylderr.
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