The Food Waste Project
Something Families Can Feel Good About
The aim of The Food Waste Project is to close the narrow, yet potentially disastrous gap between, people's intention to do what's right and their ability to act on it.
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A 5-part on-demand webinar series designed for families to work together towards the essential cause of combating climate change.
The Food Waste Warrior Training encourages families to think differently about food and make it easy for them to reduce the amount of that gets thrown out.
It is a convenient and flexible program designed to fit into busy family lifestyles with three main components:
Teach the Teacher Videos
There are sections for the parents, sections for the kids and activities to do as a whole family
Food Waste Warrior Training
Why it is So Important
The Food Waste Project focuses on household food waste because:
Food waste is a big contributor to climate change
Household food waste is the #1 offender of food found in landfills
By teaching our kids good habits about food waste, we can empower them to become responsible, environmentally conscious individuals who are equipped with lifelong habits that can contribute to a more sustainable future
Creating a Better
The Food Waste Project is a fun, positive activity for families to do together. It empowers parents and kids to work together to solve one of the most pressing issues facing our planet today.
It educates children to pass on positive habits to future generations, making a significant impact on society's overall behavior. They become Food Waste Warriors.
Food Waste Independently
Unlike conventional methods that rely on government regulations or community initiatives, The Food Waste Project empowers households to tackle food waste independently. It provides families with the tools and knowledge to make a difference in their own homes and communities, contributing to a more sustainable future.
Saving Money & the Planet
The average family of 4 spends over $13,000 annually on food, yet throws out 30% of it
With rising inflation, groceries now cost 20.3% of an average household's income
The same methods used for reducing food waste at homes will give families a sense of control over inflation.
The complete webinar series will be offered at a price of $49, but will save families hundreds if not thousands of dollars at the grocery store a year.
Join Us in the Movement to
Create a Greener Future!
We are launching a Kickstarter campaign. By backing our campaign, you will be part of a community dedicated to preserving the future of our children and the planet.
Together, we can make a real impact in reducing food waste and combating climate change.
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
For More Information or to Become a Sponsor Contact Janet Irizarry at janet@HudsonValleyEATS.com