Food-waste problem: Many chefs spoil their recipes – many shopping planners make sure that there are a lot of unnecessary foods in the fridge. For families or shared flats, this means that if you plan your shopping together and create a digital shopping list, you avoid buying things twice or three times.
Do you want to be more sustainable and climate-friendly in your everyday life? You can start by preparing a list for your next visit to the supermarket so that you'll only bus what you need.
In many supermarkets there are no more free plastic bags at the cash desk available. You can also save money in the fruit and vegetable department. Buy a few reusable fabric bags or weigh larger products loose.
Drinking your coffee on the go saves time, but paper cups and plastic lids cause a lot of waste. A returnable cup solves the problem and in many coffee shops the coffee in the cup you bring along is even a little cheaper.
In many areas the tap water is drinkable without hesitation. With a water bottle made of metal or glass, you can always benefit from clean and cheap water when you are on the move.
Processed food and ready meals are often packed in several layers. If you cook yourself, less waste is produced and you know exactly what you eat.
Dry foods such as beans, rice, pasta and sugar have a long shelf life and can therefore be bought in large quantities. This tip also saves money in addition to packaging material.
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