The Food Loss and Waste: Facts and Futures Report sketches the state of food loss and waste, with a specific lens into excessive food loss and wastage in South Africa. In South Africa, 10 million tonnes of food go to waste every year. This accounts for a third of the 31 million tonnes that are produced annually in South Africa.

Prepared on behalf of Champions 12.3, The Business Case for Reducing Food Loss and Waste analyzes the financial impacts of historical food loss and waste reduction efforts conducted by a country, a city, and numerous companies. The results show that the financial benefits of taking action often significantly outweighed the costs.

More and more people are becoming overweight and obese, with increasing diet-related non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Behind the global shifts in malnutrition and NCDs are unhealthy diets and a sedentary lifestyle. Our food systems and the food environments are not delivering on the diets needed to promote and sustain optimum health.

The Food Loss and Waste Accounting and Reporting Standard (or FLW Standard) is a global standard that provides requirements and guidance for quantifying and reporting on the weight of food and/or associated inedible parts removed from the food supply chain—commonly referred to as “food loss and waste” (FLW).

The paddy-wheat monoculture induced a decelerating agricultural trend in Punjab which has been felt in the form of stagnation in output, deteriorating productivity, environmental degradation, declining farm incomes, depeasantization and suicides by farmers.

An important way to address global food security is to make better use of the food already produced. Since at least one third of global food is wasted before consumption, there are enormous incentives to cut this waste and create a more sustainable food system. This paper focuses upon saving food loss at the supermarket level in the US and channeling this food stream in new and efficient ways to those in hunger.

The main objective of this study titled, “All India Cold-chain Infrastructure Capacity (Assessment of Status & Gap)”, is a comprehensive evaluation of the pan-India consumption of perishable food items, to assess the demand, current status and gaps in cold-chain infrastructure so as to provide significant assessments for future policy develo

The Adani Group officials today met Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and showed keen interest to construct state-of-the-art silos at several locations in the state.

Cash transfers, devolution of procurement & stocking burden, changes in MSP policy, full ops computerisation

National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) chairman Harsh Kumar Bhanwala disclosed at a Press meet here on Thursday that the refinance support of the bank in the current financial

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