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Journey to Zero Waste: Thrive Market’s On a Mission to Reduce Our Environmental Impact

Journey to Zero Waste: Thrive Market’s On a Mission to Reduce Our Environmental Impact

Let’s start with some bad news. The U.S. generates close to 500 billion pounds of garbage each year, which is trucked to one of 10,000 landfills across the country. On a global scale, the World Wil...

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How One Company is Transforming Food Waste Into Something Delicious

How One Company is Transforming Food Waste Into Something Delicious

In sub-Saharan Africa, one of the poorest regions on Earth, more than 70 percent of the population depends on farming for its livelihood and survival. And yet up to 40 percent of their annual harve...

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The Surprising Guide To the Real Shelf Life of Refrigerated Food

The Surprising Guide To the Real Shelf Life of Refrigerated Food

In cities like Los Angeles or San Francisco, that dream apartment or incredible house for rent might come with one caveat: there’s a gaping hole in the kitchen where a refrigerator should be.

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Why Salad Might Not Be The Best Choice After All

Why Salad Might Not Be The Best Choice After All

Have you heard? Salad is Public Enemy No. 1 right now—much to the dismay of faithful dieters everywhere, and a delight to all of its naysayers.

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Finally! The U.S. Takes Action To Reduce Food Waste

Finally! The U.S. Takes Action To Reduce Food Waste

You've not doubt read about it, heard about it on the news, and even seen it happen. Still, it bears repeating: We waste a LOT of food.

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This Everyday Habit Is Wreaking Havoc on Your Bank Account

This Everyday Habit Is Wreaking Havoc on Your Bank Account

You probably care about the environment, and you definitely care about your bank account. So why are you throwing away $640 a year?

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5 Easy Ways Ordinary People Can Fight Food Waste

5 Easy Ways Ordinary People Can Fight Food Waste

In case you haven’t heard, all along the food chain, we Americans throw out a lot of perfectly edible food.

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