third of food in the UK never gets eaten, yet 13 million people in this country
are struggling to afford to eat.
Fearnley-Whittingstall is on a mission to find out why we waste so much
food. His programmes on BBC 1 feature
food waste in farming, fast food outlets & in the home.
important aspect of this waste is food bought by a household, but then thrown
away rather than used. This is caused by
poor or no planning of requirements; too much food bought and not consumed in
good time; things lost at the back of the fridge or freezer and preparation of
portions that are too large and subsequently thrown away.
Love Food Hate Waste aims to
raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help people to take
action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home
we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the
Love Food Hate Waste is part
of WRAP, a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee
It works with a wide range of
partners, from community organisations, chefs, UK Governments, UK businesses,
trade bodies and local authorities through to individuals looking for practical
Something Different is proud to be a Partner of Love Food Hate Waste. We
have developed a range of products that feature the Love Food Hate Waste
branding, along with a logo or message if required.
We are authorised to use the LFHW logo on our large range of other relevant
products & will ensure that the items & artwork comply with the LFHW
brand guidelines. Our regular customers include Town & County councils,
colleges & universities, housing associations & food manufacturers and
The most popular products are spaghetti measures,
measuring spoons, rice cups, bag clips, can covers, meal planners, shopping
lists, marker pens, jute bags, cotton bags, aprons, storage advice wheel &
a top tips booklet.