I have noticed and even been involved of late with this new “revolution” to try and educate people on food waste, how it can be avoided in the first place and if you do have food waste how can it be responsibly recycled. In the last couple of weeks through various meetings and workshops I have realised this is certainly not a new “revolution”. I guess I take it for granted because I have always been quite mindful of waste and things like food scraps I have always placed in my kerbside organics collection, composted, placed in the worm farm or even given to our animals. What I have come across and would like to share are the most gorgeous vintage posters.
These posters were around during the period of WWI and WWII, when rationing was a part of everyday life. Hence the title of this blog “Back In My Day…”. I can just hear my grandparents saying this now as we take on this issue as if it has never been addressed before. It just goes to show we can learn a lot from our elders.
If you would like to see the many posters that were designed around this time just Google “vintage food waste posters”. Although they had a serious message some are quite funny in this day and age (in the sense of the roles that men and women had in society at the time).