"With the cost of food continually rising, it is imperative to find ways to reduce costly waste so you can use more of what you buy."
Stan Gittelman CEO HCS,Inc.
The average U.S. household wastes 31.9% of its food. The total annual cost of the wasted food is estimated to be $240 billion or $1,866 per household according to a study published in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics.
Farms, grocery stores, and restaurants are often blamed for creating vast amounts of food waste, where in reality, families and households generate a large volume of wasted food, totaling some 21.1 million metric tons in the United States in 2019, which equaled about 38.9% of the food wasted in the United States.
A large proportion of food that goes to waste is from perishable items such as fruits and vegetables. Much of the waste can be explained by food spoiling before the household had a chance to eat it.
Today, a "quantum leap" has occurred in the pursuit of keeping food fresher and preventing odors. Polar Fresh® also offers a new way of reducing energy usage providing consumers with a means for making a positive impact on the environment.
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“Since we started using Polar Fresh we have cut spoilage by at least 15%. Now we grocery shop every other week, instead of every week, which saves us time. Our home fridge seems colder so we are seeing some energy savings too.”
Dough Lynch, Commerical & Residential Customer
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—Roberto Gonzolez, Director of Food Service Vallarta Supermarkets