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Less food waste in the Netherlands during the corona crisis

A new study by Wageningen Food & Biobased Research has shown that a quarter of Dutch households waste less food during the corona crisis compared to before. They conducted this research in...

We have to move towards a more sustainable food system

A new research report shows that we need to change the way we produce and distribute food to ensure better food security in the future. This is concluded by European scientists concerned with the...

Using the Internet of Things to combat food waste in the ‘fresh’ industry

The way in which we manage the conditions during the transport of fresh products causes big losses in value. Fruit transport alone, for example, involves a value loss of 5-8%. TNO and Wageningen...

British research about tackling food waste in supermarkets

A recent research from the British WRAP (Waste & Resource Action Programme) shows that supermarkets in the UK can reduce a large share of consumer food waste by taking measures. One of the...

Is the World on Track to Cut Food Loss and Waste in Half by 2030?

In 2015, countries committed to Sustainable Development Goal 12.3, which calls for the world to halve food loss and waste by 2030. Making significant reductions in food loss and waste is not just...

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Less food waste in the Netherlands during the corona crisis

Less food waste in the Netherlands during the corona crisis

A new study by Wageningen Food & Biobased Research has shown that a quarter of Dutch households waste less food during the corona crisis compared to before. They conducted this research in collaboration with the Dutch center for nutrition, het Voedingscentrum. The...

We have to move towards a more sustainable food system

We have to move towards a more sustainable food system

A new research report shows that we need to change the way we produce and distribute food to ensure better food security in the future. This is concluded by European scientists concerned with the question of how this change should take place. Katrien Termeer,...

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