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AsianDevelopmentBank Sep 22
By 2030 the food we throw away could be worth $1.5 trillion, a "staggering" crisis propelled by a booming world population and changing habits in developing nations. via
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FAO 16h
1.3 BILLION tonnes of food is wasted every year. We can: 🛒Shop smart 📅Understand dates on food 🍏Buy 'ugly' fruit and vegetables What are your tips to reduce ?
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Koen Deconinck 17h
A question for : What has been the net impact on emissions of the 20% reduction in ? Did this cut GHG emissions from food waste by the same percentage? Was the impact higher or lower because of composition effects?
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A Plastic Planet 9h
There’s more! new compostable carrier bags form part of a new ethical strategy, Future of Food, which they’re launching on Thursday 27 September 2018. Future of Food will also tackle , healthy eating, energy saving and trading fairly.
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Paul Noël 12h
Saw two young people, late teens I would say in a cafe today both leave food on their plates, bacon, eggs. They may be able to "afford" it but farmers, animals & environment can't. We need to educate no ask people what they want & don't want before serving
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FAO Sep 21
it takes 13 litres to produce one tomato? Water is essential to produce anything you eat or drink. When you waste food, you also waste precious water. Let's respect this precious resource.
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Bayer CropScience US 13h
Almost half the fruit, vegetables, roots and tubers produced are wasted. It’s hard to imagine, isn’t it? Retailers can help by implementing practices that reduce .
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NJTV News 2h
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Tara Duggan Sep 15
San Francisco could have the first food-waste-focused restaurant, from Nick Balla, who can’t say no to 400 pounds of rhubarb or dandelion greens no one else wants. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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FAO Sep 15
1/3 of all food produced is lost or wasted each year. We can do better! Let's respect our food, reduce your !
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Koen Deconinck 17h
Been reading about in the UK (thanks to ) - it appears the UK did manage to reduce household food waste. 'Avoidable' waste fell by 20% since 2007, with most of the change happening between 2007-2010
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A Plastic Planet Sep 22
Co-op is going to replace all of its single-use plastic bags as part of an “ethical strategy” the supermarket is launching later this week, which will aim to reduce environmentally damaging with alternatives and also battle .
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Gleaning Kent Sep 22
EMERGENCY! We're got a PEAR of orchard gleans coming up & need your help to rescue delicious fruit from becoming . 28th Sept () & 3rd Oct (). Sign up here: & help get great fruit to charities.
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rieks strijker 8h
Replying to @antonioguterres
there is enough food, but most rich countries throw away food because the color or shape is not good. And buy more than they can eat.
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David Ryan Sep 22
Cooking 200 litres of soup from food that would otherwise have been wasted with Team Toast in Leicester City centre today! Come and say hello!
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FAO Sep 16
Ready for the bin? Actually, no! Under the black peel, you’ll likely find a ripe banana that is fine to eat! Peel before you throw! Let’s respect our food.
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EFRAIN SILVA 3h
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Dr. Natalie Masento 10h
I had a bag of sweet potatoes that started sprouting- taking inspiration from my project & decided to make a lentil & sweet potato curry. Work lunches sorted & less food waste. Win-win!
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Imperfect Sep 22
We're proud to be a part of the movement to embrace ugly produce and prevent food waste on farms. We're excited that chefs are showing us how delicious it really is. Learn the full story from :
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FAO Sep 21
If you choose ‘ugly’ fruit and vegetables it will do more than just reduce your . 👉 🍓🥕
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