In lieu of a blog post this week, enjoy this great two-minute video.
What?! You think I’m lazy!?!?!?
Okay, maybe a little bit. But really, I’m taking this week off from writing because I just happened to stumble upon a video that connected too perfectly to my last post. Remember when I said that tossing out a single strawberry wastes about a half-gallon of water? Well, the folks at savethefood.com decided to create a two-minute film showing you the full life of that wasted strawberry.
So check it out here, and I’ll pick the series up next week linking food waste and climate change.
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