Tips on how to cut food waste at Harleston event

PUBLISHED: 23:35 16 February 2018 | UPDATED: 23:35 16 February 2018

Food waste collection. Picture: ADRIAN JUDD/ARCHANT LIBRARY

Food waste collection. Picture: ADRIAN JUDD/ARCHANT LIBRARY

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An ambassador from the organisation Love Food, Hate Waste is giving a talk in Harleston about the problems of food waste in the United Kingdom.

The average person in the UK throws away £200 of food per year.

The ambassador will discuss the issues this waste food causes and give tips to help save money and reduce the amount of food that goes into your bin.

The talk is at Harleston Information Plus, 8 Exchange Street, Harleston on Friday, March 2 at 2pm.

Seating is limited, so if you would like to attend the talk then book a place by calling in at the information centre or calling 01379 851917

More information about Love Food, Hate Waste can be found at

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