Food Tank highlights eight ways that innovators are solving the issue of post-harvest food loss in developing countries.
Santa Clara University researchers found that, in California, 33% of food that’s grown is either unharvested or left behind in the fields.
New Jersey recently passed 10 new laws aimed at stopping food waste and hunger in the state.
The Anglican Church of Kenya has been tackling the issue of food security through its development wing, the Anglican Development Services (ADS). Food waste is a real problem in Kenya. According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics, growers lost over 1.9 million tonnes of food in 2017, worth $1.5 billion USD (approximately £1.2 billion GBP).
Two Brooklyn businesses have teamed up to create beer from leftover bagels. Black Seed Bagels and Folksbier Brauerei hope to eliminate some food waste while providing delicious local products.
In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration is changing food labels to discourage food waste.
In the United States capital region, local governments are creating programs to help deal with food waste.
The Big Story podcast interviews Lori Nikkel, CEO of Second Harvest, about food waste in Canada.
We waste enough food every year in Canada to feed a second country. The scope of the problem has finally been measured and it’s immense. But food waste is not what you probably think it is.
Seven-Eleven Japan will ease a delivery requirement for food makers as part of efforts to reduce food waste.
The operator of the 7-Eleven convenience store chain will accept short-dated instant noodles that otherwise would have been thrown away under current regulations.
Seven-Eleven is effectively breaking with the “one-third rule,” which requires food makers to deliver products within the first third of the period between the production and expiration dates. Products that are delivered past the date are returned to makers and mostly discarded.
Goodr is a two-year-old startup that provides restaurants, airports, convention centers and other food service operations with a blockchain-based digital platform to track surplus food and a food waste recovery service. Essentially, Goodr offers insights to help food businesses reduce waste, and then picks up and donates what waste they don’t mitigate.