Following Tesco's discovery that the average family spends £700 a year on food that is thrown away, we asked ITV News viewers, "How much food do you waste every week?"
- Dawn Robson says, "I never throw away food, I write a list of meals I'm making that week and only buy what I need ... Those who throw food away must be rich and have money to burn."
- Jenny Collins comments, "Maybe they should make bagged salad in smaller portions? I quite regularly throw away half a bag."
- Steven Jefferies says he throws away "loads" of food, adding, "Being single it is more expensive to buy individual items than it is pre-packed."
Figures released by Tesco show a shocking level of waste across its supply chain, with lessons for consumers as well as supermarkets.
From storing apples in the fridge to rejuvenating stale bread, there are many easy ways to reduce food waste in your home.