Meat and Fish
More than one in three believe freezing meat after it has been cooked is dangerous, but this is a myth.
Meat and fish can be stored in containers in the freezer, for the two-thirds of us – 64 percent – who don’t want to buy frozen meat, which will save money and food waste.
Store all frozen food in containers with labels which clearly state the date the items were frozen, as meat should be eaten within three to six months.
Toilet roll, tissues, kitchen paper
More than half of Britons say they need help to reduce the amount of plastic they use.
Toilet rolls, tissues and kitchen paper is available to buy free from plastic.
These items can be stored efficiently in a caddy, toilet roll holder and even a magazine rack.