Tips for a Sustainable, Zero-Waste Kitchen

We all have the power to create less waste in our homes, and the kitchen is one of the easiest and most effective places to start. By cutting back on the single-use plastic we buy, we can find ways to shop more sustainably and get the most out of our groceries.

  1. Swapping out your everyday products for longer-lasting, reusable items can actually add up to make a difference.
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2. A great place to start: these three swaps that can make a huge difference when you’re grocery shopping or traveling.

3. Most kitchen waste comes from food scraps, which can easily be repurposed and broken down into compost. Do your research on what is and isn’t compostable before you start, and you’ll learn that you can give back to your environment with your after-dinner scraps.

With these simple tips and cut-backs, you’ll notice that your kitchen will become a more organized, plastic-free place. Once you get into the habit of zero-waste, it is difficult to go back to one-use items. The planet will thank you for doing the extra little things!

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