Maximizing Produce, Minimizing Waste

Smart buying strategies and proper storage can help you get the most nutritional bang for your buck.

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Nobody intends to overbuy fresh produce, but were all familiar with the mystery bag of green mush at the bottom of the crisper drawer. Buying too much food, serving too much at meals, and improper storage are ways Americans waste food at home, to the tune of $2,200 per year, according to researchers at Tufts University.
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