Love Food, Hate Waste are running a free workshop to help people reduce their food waste and even save money. The session will be held at: Cultivate Community Garden, Llanidloes Road, Newtown, SY16 4HX
Friday 9th May 9.30am-12.30pm
The sessions are aimed at trainers, advocates, community leaders or interested people in local communities and organisations interested in reducing food waste. Love Food Hate Waste will provide the know-how and the tools for attendee’s to pass on the environmental and financial benefits of Love Food Hate Waste to staff, friends and family. The messages are all aimed at householders, therefore anybody and everybody, covering the following:
- How best to store food and the reasons/benefits for planning meals.
- A frozen bin or a freezer that works for you?
- De-mystifying the date labels …what do they mean?
Our latest figures show that we can save up to £60 a month by taking steps to reduce food waste from our homes.
This training is free and includes background information on LFHW to give attendees an idea of why reducing food waste is so important to us all; activities to encourage discussion around the main issues such as dates and storage of food; as well as looking at ways to help pass the messages on.
You can find more information about reducing food waste in general at Love Food Hate Waste.
To book a place on this workshop, please contact Eifion Williams on
firstname.lastname@example.org or 07985 953185