We just know what it feels like. You feel famished at the grocers shop. You end up buying something that appeals to your hungry eye and before you know it you're buying more food at the store than you even know what to do about it. Comfortable sound? The typical US household loss, it turns out, is about $1,000 in food a year. Whether you shop on a budget or not, wasted food translates into a waste of money.
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