Food is a popular way many of us socialise and we spend a good amount of time and money on it. Yet 15 million tonnes of food and drink is thrown away every year. That's the same weight as 2 million double decker buses. Half of this is from our homes alone, costing £470 per household per year.
You can help stop edible food from ending up in the bin. Tuck into the feast of events, blogs and recipes here and see how easy it is to make the most of your food, and save some money.
Discussing any type of environmental change can be like walking barefoot on broken glass. Especially if you suggest that we need to broaden diets to reduce meat consumption. Read more
If you haven’t heard of a community fridge, we’ve little doubt that you soon will. They're popping up around the globe and becoming part of the furniture in community spaces and street corners.Read more
Community groups can apply to the £1 million Sainsbury's Waste less, Save more grant fund to help local households cut the typical £700 worth of food wasted every year.Read more
2017 sees us take a leap into the unknown with the launch of a new sustainability vlogging channel as part of our on-going ambition to take environmental messages to a mainstream audience.Read more
Sarah takes us behind the scenes at Hubbub in our new weekly YouTube vlog. From how to cook odds and ends like a pro to how football can reduce littering. We've got it all covered. Take a look!Read more
3 in 4 Britons struggle to eat all of the food they buy for the festive season. We've pulled together your very own guide for saving money and food, before, during and after Christmas.Read more
We all have very different opinions on what is or isn’t acceptable to share, and it's a very personal choice. So where does food fit into this and are times changing?Read more
As part of Sainsbury’s 'Waste less, Save more' food campaign, we've been exploring whether an ‘Honesty or Solidarity’ Fridge, which has proved successful in Spain and Germany, could work in the UK. Here are our 5 lessons from the trial.Read more
The idea of drastically reducing the amount of meat we eat isn't palatable for most, especially men. According to recent YouGov research, only 30% of men would contemplate reducing their meat consumption while a poll from Pepperami found that men would rather give up sex than meat. Could #vegcurious break these boundaries?Read more
Is LiveLAGOM the answer to persuading people to live more sustainably? Read how our IKEA collaboration helps people to reduce energy, reduce waste, cut water use and live healthier.Read more
New research has revealed that at Halloween 15 million pumpkins are carved by UK households and not eaten – enough to make a bowl of pumpkin soup for everyone in the country. Can #PumpkinRescue change this?Read more