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November 25, 2016 | 1 minute read

Prevent Food Waste! Don’t Toss Those Cancer-Fighting Veggie Parts

With the Thanksgiving feast behind us, you likely have a refrigerator stuffed with leftovers.

In the US, we waste almost a third of our food, with fruits and vegetables having the highest rates of waste. Here, we’re sharing one of our most popular articles on how to use those remnants you might normally toss.

For more about reducing food waste — what you can freeze, can, and store – the USDA has these resources.

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