Category Archives: Food Waste Prevention

Smart Food Storage: Prevent Food Waste

The average American family tosses approximately $1600 of food away every year.  Most of that food consists of fresh fruits and vegetables that turn because they aren’t consumed or used in time.  However, by storing fruits and vegetables properly, they’ll

Smart Food Storage: Prevent Food Waste

The average American family tosses approximately $1600 of food away every year.  Most of that food consists of fresh fruits and vegetables that turn because they aren’t consumed or used in time.  However, by storing fruits and vegetables properly, they’ll

Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It: The City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge Enters its 4th Week!

The City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge Enters’ its 4th week! 70 local Families Track Waste and Share Prevention Tips Did you know that 40% of all food grown and produced in the U.S. goes uneaten? Meanwhile, 1 in

Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It: The City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge Enters its 4th Week!

The City of Ventura’s Food Waste Prevention Challenge Enters’ its 4th week! 70 local Families Track Waste and Share Prevention Tips Did you know that 40% of all food grown and produced in the U.S. goes uneaten? Meanwhile, 1 in

Read Sustainable Ventura’s May/June 2015 Newsletter

Read Sustainable Ventura’s May/June 2015 Newsletter Green Articles and Videos, Green Businesses, Sustainable Events and Programs, and more!  CLICK HERE!

Read Sustainable Ventura’s May/June 2015 Newsletter

Read Sustainable Ventura’s May/June 2015 Newsletter Green Articles and Videos, Green Businesses, Sustainable Events and Programs, and more!  CLICK HERE!

Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It: Ventura ‘s Food Waste Prevention Challenge

With 40% of the food produced in the U.S. going uneaten, tossed or left to rot, that translates into approximately $165 billion of food wasted each year! If you looked into your fridge right now, would you find soggy fruits

Buy It, Eat It, Don’t Waste It: Ventura ‘s Food Waste Prevention Challenge

With 40% of the food produced in the U.S. going uneaten, tossed or left to rot, that translates into approximately $165 billion of food wasted each year! If you looked into your fridge right now, would you find soggy fruits

Environmental Activist Rob Greenfield Event Friday, April 24 at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory, 6-9pm

Environmental Adventurer and Activist, Rob Greenfield, will be presenting a documentary screening of one of his films, and talking about how to prevent food waste (and other green topics), on Friday, April 24 from 6-9pm at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory,

Environmental Activist Rob Greenfield Event Friday, April 24 at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory, 6-9pm

Environmental Adventurer and Activist, Rob Greenfield, will be presenting a documentary screening of one of his films, and talking about how to prevent food waste (and other green topics), on Friday, April 24 from 6-9pm at Ventura’s Bell Arts Factory,

Keep It Fresh!

During the month of April, Environmental Sustainability Staff “took to the streets” to talk to residents about food waste prevention. We spoke with many residents at Ventura Farmer’s Markets about proper food storage, and here are some of the tips

Keep It Fresh!

During the month of April, Environmental Sustainability Staff “took to the streets” to talk to residents about food waste prevention. We spoke with many residents at Ventura Farmer’s Markets about proper food storage, and here are some of the tips

Just Eat It. A Food Waste Story airs on Earth Day, April 22, MSNBC at 10pm ET

American’s purchase and throw out approximately $165-170 billion in food annually  — wasting valuable food and money!  Check out this cool film “Just Eat It” that will air on MSNBC on Earth Day, April 22, 2015 at 10:00pm ET.  Find out

Just Eat It. A Food Waste Story airs on Earth Day, April 22, MSNBC at 10pm ET

American’s purchase and throw out approximately $165-170 billion in food annually  — wasting valuable food and money!  Check out this cool film “Just Eat It” that will air on MSNBC on Earth Day, April 22, 2015 at 10:00pm ET.  Find out