When I think of Ethical choices in shopping I first think about waste of food and waste created from not recycling. By definition Ethical is "pertaining to or dealing with morals or the principles of morality; pertaining to right and wrong in conduct". With so many children going hungry in the US and around the world, I find it sad to waste food. What ways can I reduce waste and make good decisions through my grocery purchases.
One of the biggest complainants I here in Nutrition is about the amount of food wasted. Understand, It is not just those making the change to healthier eating, its everyone. People just notice more if they bought something specific for a healthier meal and then never got around to using it. I myself have been guilty of throwing food in the garbage. I makes me so mad at the extra waste and the amount of money thrown away. So how can you avoid this problem?
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