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Tag: Food Waste

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

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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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