Percentage of food thrown away in the U.S. that ends up in the landfill .
Environmental Protection Agency
Shared Challenge: Practice mindfulness and gratitude as you prepare and eat meals this week.
Tips this week are meant to increase connection with and gratitude for our food, reducing the likelihood that we will waste anything in the process.
Looking for prayer to supplement your fast? Check out these daily reflections from Lent 2020 on food, faith, and climate inspired by the Lenten Food Waste Fast.
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