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The circular economy could reduce food waste and make agrifood more sustainable. But solutions aren’t automatic.


As climate change hits global supply chains, supply chain researchers aren’t providing the guidance needed. Leading scholars identify how that can change.

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Creating a circular economy requires involvement from businesses, the public sector, and researchers. Canada’s “Our Food Future” provides a model.

Food waste is an ethical and an environmental problem. It’s also a business opportunity, ready for innovative solutions.

People are curious about sustainability. But what do they really want to know? Our analysis identifies 6 priority topics.

The future of food means thinking differently. When manufacturers change their mindset, they can prevent waste and save money. Here’s what 50 companies show.

A $30 Billion Opportunity

The magnitude of the food waste problem presents significant opportunities for business.

Turn food waste into a multi-billion dollar opportunity.

Food waste is under scrutiny – even Pope Francis denounced it. Researchers estimate that 40% of food goes to waste in the US and also Canada. In Canada, this equates to $27 billion.

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