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This page is updated regularly to coincide with the most recent EcoConsumer/KOMO4 News appearance. Visit the products archive to learn about products and resources featured on past appearances.

Note: Because of time constraints, some of the products and resources listed here may be shown on the air only very briefly, or not at all. Many of the following links lead to external sites.

Don't Trash That Food!

Air date: March 11, 2015

Chef'n EcoCrock countertop food scraps collection container, from Gracious Home

http://www.gracioushome.com/chefn-ecocrock-compost-bin-01243661.html

Slim-style Kitchen Compost Caddy for food scraps collection, from Bosmere

http://bosmereusa.com/Product.asp?_pcode=K779

Compostable bag dispenser, from EcoSafe

http://www.amazon.com/EcoSafe-EcoSafe-MultiRes-Compostable-Dispenser-Aluminium/dp/B00IFZDGYE

FAQs about Seattle's new ban on food waste in the garbage, from Seattle Public Utilities

http://www.seattle.gov/util/MyServices/Garbage/AboutGarbage/SolidWastePlans/AboutSolidWaste/BanOrdinance/FoodBanFAQs/index.htm

Examples of compostable products allowed in food waste/yard waste, from Seattle Public Utilities

http://www.seattle.gov/util/cs/groups/public/@spu/@foodyard/documents/webcontent/spu02_014960.pdf

FAQs about fruit and vegetable stickers, from Trivia Happy

https://triviahappy.com/articles/the-top-8-questions-about-fruit-stickers-including-if-theyre-edible

Reusable food savers, from Food Huggers

http://foodhuggers.com

Resources for reducing food waste at home, via King County's "Food: Too Good to Waste" program

http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/wasteprevention/too-good-to-waste.asp

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Updated: Mar. 10, 2015


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