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The Veggie Saver

To make a wonderful meal containing lots of healthy veggies will actaually take you less time than you think. Make sure you have a package of noodles at home and chicken cubes in the freezer – the rest is easy.

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Discover a lifehack.

The Keepeat team is fully aware that you probably won’t be buying the most nutritious rich food every time you go to the grocery store but knowing what food is the most qualitative and healthy will most probably influence your decision-making from time to time.

So, let’s start with the ’best’ veggies and fruits:

  • Broccoli, avocados, asparagus, carrots, cabbage, spinach, kale and brussels sprouts
  • Blueberries, apples, apricots, cranberries and grapefruit
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Step up your food game.

There are several things that we can do together to help minimize food waste. First of all, we have to start buying only what we really need, let’s adapt to the lean approach.

  • Rule #1: never go shopping when you are hungry: you are more likely to buy a lot of items that you actually don’t need
  • Download a weekly menu before you go shopping – that will help you buying only ingredients that are needed
  • Even if you see a great offer like ’take 3 kgs of bananas instead of 2kgs’ please ask yourself: do you really need 3 kgs? Will you eat it all up?
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Food Waste – Make a difference, start using Keepeat today!

With the increasing focus on beauty and fitness which we are exposed to constantly through different social media channels we have become very conscious about what we eat and how often we exercise. But we don’t put quite the same effort in thinking about our nature or people less privileged than to us.

Let’s blog about something that’s affecting us all even if it not might be evident to you at this stage. Let’s talk about Food Waste.

Did you know that we produce enough food globally to feed 9 billion people, but the world population is only 7 billion? Did you know that every year 33% of the food produced globally is thrown away? It’s trashed, in huge trash cans.

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