Guelph urges residents to waste less food, offers public talk with tips

Alison Springate Guelph Smart City Office • 19 March 2018

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The City of Guelph is bringing together a panel of food experts to offer tips and tricks on how people can cut down on food waste in restaurants and in their own homes.

The Let’s Talk About Food event will feature local chefs and food researchers. They’ll be discussing their approaches to making healthy and nutritious food and how they manage food waste.

“It is our hope that the event and panel will allow our community to reduce waste, improve their nutrition, help their neighbourhood, and in general, be informed about how to make healthy and less wasteful food choices,”

Organizer Stacey McCarthy

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