Do lots of things go bad in the fridge before you get a chance to use them?

Do you feel guilty when you have to throw any amount of food out? Does it make you feel like your tossing money down the drain? 


  • According to the American Journal of Agricultural Economics, they found the average U.S. household wasted 31.9% of its food, which comes out to $1,866 per year. Broken down that's $155 a month. That's a lot of money to be throwing away.   
  • Frugal households wasted 8.71% of the food bought, due to stockpiling or overbuying at the stores.

The solution to your problem isn't buying less foodbut to learn how to store it the correct way, where it will remain fresh. The longer your food stays fresh, the more money you keep in your pocket. 

By starting today, and implementing these simple food storage solutions, you can save time, money, headaches, and give you peace of mind by learning the simple and actionable techniques to store your food properly.

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