A new study found the average person wastes about 10% of the groceries they buy. Either because it goes bad or they just don't want it. And we waste 7% of the food we order at restaurants as well. The ten states that waste the most groceries are Mississippi . . . Nebraska . . . Alabama . . . Maryland . . . Tennessee . . . Ohio . . . Indiana . . . New Mexico . . . Connecticut . . . and Minnesota. I'm guilty of dong this weekly, especially with produce.

And the ten states that waste the most food from restaurants are Mississippi . . . Delaware . . . New Mexico . . . Nebraska . . . Connecticut . . . Iowa . . . Tennessee . . . Maryland . . . Kansas . . . and Ohio. The northeast wastes $390 worth of food a year. And people in the southeast waste the most at $640 a year.

Read more at Huffington Post.