Getting to work with reducing food waste and the optimal valorisation of surplus product flows?
Together with organisations and our network partners we can support you in many different ways. Via the parties below you can get in contact with various projects that are already active in reducing food waste and the optimal valorisation of surplus product flows. And you’ll find the stepping stones to get to work yourself.
No Waste Network is an initiative from the ministry of LNV. The ministry stands for sustainable food, valued nature and the vital countryside. In this regard, the Netherlands has a series of large socio-cultural challenges it faces. Including reducing food waste, so that precious raw materials are lost less.
Read more: www.rijksoverheid.nl
The Samen Tegen Voedselverspilling foundation was established in 2019 to work collectively with businesses, government, knowledge institutions and consumers. In this way powers are combined to fight against food waste together.
Read more here: samentegenvoedselverspilling.nl
085 – 0607181
A match-making platform by MVO Netherlands for entrepreneurs, employees and those interested in solving their business questions. On this platform you’ll find challenges, knowledge, events and solutions. The platform connects businesses to provide substance to issues.
Read more here: futureproof.community
030 230 5600
Milieu Centraal is an independent information organisation that offers consumers practical information about the environment and energy in daily life; from rubbish to solar panels. All tips and advice are based on scientific research. In the area of food, Milieu Centraal gives information about reducing food waste and making climate conscious choices. Milieu Centraal works together with socio-cultural organisations, businesses, the government and media and informs around 5,000 consumers per day via milieucentraal.nl and other websites.
Read more here: www.milieucentraal.nl
An entrepreneurs and employers organsation with added value, for a sector with added value. That’s Land- en Tuinbouw Organisatie Nederland (LTO). The cooperation circle of LTO Noord, ZLTO and LLTB represents almost 50,00 agricultural businesses and is committed to their economic and societal position.
Read more here: www.lto.nl
070 – 338 2700
CARVE is a multi-year public-private collaboration project and uses, among other things, the think and decision model that the Top Institute Food & Nutrition (TIFN) has developed for the optimization of supply chains. The Alliantie Verduurzaming Voedsel and Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research started the CARVE project in 2015 to reduce food waste in the agri-food supply chain. For 4 years companies in the food supply chain, in the form of pilots, will get busy with knowledge, instruments and decision-models.
Read more here: Nowastenetwork.nl/Carve
The Alliantie Verduurzaming Voedsel prepares itself for the acceleration of sustainability in all large food supply chains. Supply chain partners LTO, FNLI, CBL, KHN and Veneca work within that on the sustainability transition in all large supply chains.
Read more here: www.verduurzamingvoedsel.nl
0183 – 645631
Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research works together with national and international businesses, government, consumers and other knowledge institutes on sustainable innovative processes and products that can be used quickly and effectively. With knowledge across the whole supply chain, from raw materials to production and process methods, logistical issues and final products, WUR helps their clients with finding solutions for problems both large and small.
Read more here: www.wageningenur.nl
The Voedingscentrum is the authority that scientifically supports consumers and independently offers information about a healthy, safe and more sustainable food choice. The Voedingscentrum promotes healthy and more sustainable food to consumers and encourages the business community to work for more responsible food supply.
Read more here: www.voedingscentrum.nl
070 306 88 80
Veneca’s goal is to look after the economic and social interests of their companies and the catering sector. Veneca and their members concentrate especially on the aspects of sustainability where it’s possible to have a direct influence. This way, together with suppliers, the possibilities are looked at within the area of food waste.
Read more here: www.veneca.nl
0183 – 626172
The Centraal Bureau Levensmiddelenhandel is the representative and spokesperson of supermarkets and food service businesses in the Netherlands. In order to take on the sustainability theme collectively the CBL has composed a sustainability agenda. By adding new theme’s to this agenda every year, the supermarket industry pro-actively aligns itself with the demands of society.
Read more here: www.cbl.nl
070 – 3376200