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To Throw Away Unopened is structured like a series of photographs or a gallery of memories.
A Eurobaromter survey late last year showed, 54 per cent of Cypriots throw away food based on the 'best buy' date, believing it should not be eaten, compared with a European average of 24 per cent.
Scots throw away more than PS5million of food annually because it was not used in time, campaigners said, while confusion over date labels, caution over meat safety and worries over freezing and reheating can lead to good meat being thrown away when it is still fine to eat.
George Payne, who runs George Payne Butchers in Gosforth, has backed Love Food Hate Waste's 'Meaty Issues' campaign after it was revealed that every year people in the UK throw away 34,000 tonnes of beef - the equivalent of 300 million burgers.
Politicians, will you throw away people's taxes for your parties and shopping, or guard them as gifts for social service?
Steve Paterson admitted the title is Brora's to throw away after his Formartine side slipped to their second defeat in three games.
A friend had a very smart new stainless steel kettle for the Aga and was going to throw away the old electric one until I suggested she keep it for the shed.
This year, the US Department of Agriculture projects that Americans will throw away about 200 million pounds of edible turkey this Thanksgiving holiday.
WE throw away the equivalent of six meals every week, a shocking study has found.
Yet in the UK we still throw away a staggering 4.2 million tonnes (210,000 tonnes in Wales) of household food which could have been eaten.
The Royals threw away a 4-0 lead in the recent Capital One Cup match, eventually losing 7-5 after extra time, and even when they do go in front they manage to throw away more points than any other Prem side.
Waste Minister Lord Taylor of Holbeach said: "Wasting perfectly good food is bad for household budgets and bad for the environment, which is why we are taking action to help people cut down on what they throw away.
The most advanced six members - Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Sweden and The Netherlands - virtually throw away nothing , less than 3 percent of their municipal waste.