Food waste, money wasted – approaches to reducing global food loss

Here are some numbers that should get us thinking: approximately one third of the world's food products ends up wasted. In the developed world, this figure translates to an annual per-capita wastage of around 100 kg (220 lb). This squandering goes largely unnoticed while more than 800 million peo...

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