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Mana offers a nutritionally complete, all-in-one meal made with a view to sustainable living.

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Přátelství 172/42

Prague, 104 00,

Czech Republic

+420 228 883 296

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Five tips to save your wallet and the environment

Nov 26, 2022

November 25, 2022 Our grandmothers already said that food should never be wasted, and they tried to use everything they had in the pantry. Today we would call their enlightened approach “no waste” or “sustainable”. Unfortunately, food waste is a major evil of modern times, which we should not only think about, but also do something about. We will advise you on how you can start on your own… First, a few numbers that will hopefully convince you that food waste is a really pressing problem. Imagine you brought three bags of rice from the store and immediately dumped one in the trash. Or you would pour a third of the bottle of milk down the sink. Does that sound weird? But this is actually happening without you realizing it. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), up to a third of all produced food ends up in the trash. There is an estimated 1.3 billion tons of food on the planet every year that is produced but never reaches our table. The infamous primacy in this discipline is mainly gained by Europe and North America. Even in the Czech Republic, however, we cannot handle food properly. After all, we produce over 700,000 tons of food waste every year, and half of this enormous amount goes to households. And this not only burdens our wallets, but finances are also unnecessarily invested in the production, storage, transport and sale of unused food. At the same time, such wastefulness represents a great burden on the environment. We draw energy, water and raw materials for life in abundance for free. Disappointing statistic, isn’t it? But the good news is that we can change it if we just want to. The following rules will help you save money and, above all, protect our planet so that it remains beautiful for generations to come. They may be small steps for man, but when added up, they become giant steps for humanity. 1. First the menu, then the list There is nothing worse in terms of food waste than running through the store and impulsively throwing everything you can get your hands on. You can then take the poison of buying something that you will not use in the end and will go rotten to the trash. Smart grocery shopping requires careful preparation. Feel free to draw up a menu for the next week in advance and, accordingly, create a list of ingredients that you don’t have at home and that you will need to prepare the meals. Also, take stock of your fridge and pantry so you know what you need to restock because you’ll be using it. At the same time, think about the appropriate amount and do not buy more food, perhaps just because it is at a good price. This applies above all to fresh ingredients, you can slightly pre-stock with perishable foods, if you store them correctly. 2. Buy only what you need During the actual shopping, stick to your compiled list as much as possible and resist the temptation to add everything that catches your eye to the cart. And if there is some raw material left over, think of a way to process it in the next dish or delay its destruction. For example, freezing or drying is a great way to extend the life of fruits and vegetables or herbs. You can also store meat in the freezer. Vacuuming, which is becoming increasingly popular, will protect food or leftovers from drying out, oxygen, moisture or harmful microorganisms will not reach them, so you will reduce the risk that they will eventually be thrown away. 3. Choose carefully Read, read and read again. You ask what? After all, data on the use-by date and minimum shelf life. Then think carefully about whether you will have time to use the food by then. This applies especially to meat and chilled ingredients. In the “fruits and vegetables” section, also rely on your senses. Check the condition of the selected pieces by touch, the smell of the fruit will also tell you a lot. But don’t necessarily look for shape perfection, even among the so-called “ugly” fruits and vegetables you will find tasty pieces. Rather than aesthetic perfection, make sure that the selected product is not “tired” so to speak, and you do not end up throwing away rotten tomatoes, slimy lettuce or moldy avocados in a few days. 4. Storage plays a role Also, the fact of how you store the purchase in the bag will affect whether the ingredients will stay in good condition for as long as possible at home. If you stack, for example, heavy bottles on top of the fruit, it will sag unnecessarily and spoil faster. A lot of food also ends up in the trash just because we don’t store it in the right place. We usually automatically put everything in the fridge and that’s it. Cold really slows down the chemical processes in food, but cold rearing is not everything. Do not put bananas, potatoes, garlic, onions or tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, tropical fruits or honey in the fridge. Eggs do belong in the fridge, but preferably not in paper wrappers from the store. Microorganisms cling to them, which can also spoil other foods. 5. Mix your energy and nutrients Every time we buy and prepare food, we naturally try to create a balanced meal full of macronutrients, vitamins and trace elements. But sometimes we don’t use all the ingredients prepared for healthy cooking, even with our best intentions, and they spoil. So why not have food on hand that can be prepared in exactly the right amount, so that we are full without unnecessary waste. Food that has a long shelf life even without harmful preservatives, and above all gives us maximum energy because it contains all the nutrients that the body needs for proper functioning? Now we are not talking about some sci-fi food of the future, but a nutritionally balanced Mana dish. The key to reducing food waste is Mana’s long shelf life due to first-class ingredients, natural antioxidants and quality packaging. The ready-made cocktail version has a minimum shelf life of 12 months when stored correctly, the powder form lasts up to 18 months. You are so sure that you only pay for what you actually eat. In short, with Mana you will benefit not only your health, but also the environment.

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