Major supermarkets join drive to cut down food waste

Major supermarkets join drive to cut down food waste
A fifth of roast dinners cooked in Britain end up in the bin

Grocers are encouraging consumers to rediscover the lost art of household management

Mainstream food retailers are following the lead of German discounters by eliminating three-for-the-price-of-two offers in favour of continually lowering prices.

The era of "buy-one throw-one-out" is at an end as grocers respond to consumer demand for action on enormous levels of food waste.

Sainsbury's in Britain is taking the lead with a programme designed to help customers save money by throwing away less food and is leading the way by using unsold fruit in stores...

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