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Feedback – Ranking supermarkets on reducing food waste
4 months ago

Feedback – Ranking supermarkets on reducing food waste

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In this episode of the Food Is Wasted podcast, I’ll be speaking to Christina O’Sullivan from Feedback – a London-based organisation running several campaigns related to food …
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When it comes to our food, knowledge is power.
5 months ago

When it comes to our food, knowledge is power.

By  •  Opinion

From best before dates to plastic packaging, the industrial food system is not functioning for the good of our health and well-being, and here’s why…

How much significance do you …
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Turning food waste into cash.
6 months ago

Turning food waste into cash.

By  •  Opinion

Some forward-thinking individuals are turning food that might otherwise go to waste, into a source of revenue – here’s why…
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Margaret Ritchie MP, of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee
2 years ago

Margaret Ritchie MP, of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee

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In this episode I’m speaking to Margaret Ritchie, Member of Parliament for South Down in Northern Ireland, and a member of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee.


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Senza Spreco – fighting food waste in Florence, Italy
3 years ago

Senza Spreco – fighting food waste in Florence, Italy

By  •  Eye Witness

Recently I was invited to New York University’s campus in Florence, Italy to give a lecture on the work I’ve done documenting the issue of food waste. While I was there I took the opportunity to meet up with representatives of a local organisation, Senza Spreco, working to reduce the amount of avoidable food waste at a local and national level.
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Who is responsible for household food waste?
3 years ago

Who is responsible for household food waste?

By  •  Eye Witness

The answer seems obvious, doesn’t it? Households. Individuals. Consumers. 42% of food waste in the EU can be attributed to consumers. That’s a lot of bad choices. Choices to buy too much stuff. To stick a pizza in the oven rather than do something with those left overs. Choices not to learn to cook properly. To value convenience and de-value food.
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