Brits cut food waste with 'lockdown larders' during coronavirus pandemic

Use-by dates are ignored, while new findings show increasing numbers turning to food banks Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It is a snapshot of a more abstemious nation, as staying at home and being unable to eat out means Britons are making their food go further and throwing less away. Consumers are rising to the challenge of a “lockdown larder” as a result of the pandemic, and ignoring recommendations on best-before and use-by labels and piling less food on to their plates, new research has revealed. Continue reading...