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Extra scenes from Too Good to Waste.
Video diaries from Too Good to Waste.
Eight of the nation’s favourite celebrities make some surprising discoveries about their waste and how much it costs them. Watch our double acts go greener together – and see how much some expert advice can save them each year.
Extra scenes from Passing It On, the second series of Too Good to Waste.
In 2013, Too Good to Waste: Passing It On returned to our screens in three parts. During this second series, we revisited Kaye Adams, Fred MacAulay, Shereen Nanjiani, Stephen Purdon, Chick Young, Des McLean and Julie Hannah, to find out if they have changed their ways or if they are still wasters.
Tackling climate change can seem like a daunting one, but a series of small, simple changes in your everyday routine can help.
A few useful resources and links to help you reduce food waste.
When we waste food, it’s not the only resource that's lost. We also waste the energy, fuel, water and time that it took to grow, harvest, store, transport and cook the food.
We all throw more food away than we should. We buy more food than we need, then cook or prepare portions that we can’t finish.
Some of the food we throw away is unavoidable - food we can't eat like banana skins, peelings, teabags, bones, or eggshells.
Many local authorities in Scotland now offer food waste recycling with street bin collection.
There are lots of simple things we can do to cut down on wasted food and drink. Take the tour or choose where to start.
Did you know that avoidable food and drink waste costs the average household in Scotland around £470 a year?