American food waste also wastes millions in energy

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New research highlights energy footprint of throwing food in the bin

Americans waste a lot of food - 27 per cent of all food produced was not eaten back in 1995, the last time a study was conducted by the USDA. That number has no doubt gone up in the last 15 years, and...

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