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October 16th, 2019

FAO’s State of Food and Agriculture 2019

The idea of food being lost or wasted sounds simple, but in practice there is no commonly agreed definition. 

Essentially, food loss and waste is the decrease in quantity or quality of food along the food supply chain. 

Food loss occurs along the food supply chain from harvest up to, but not including, the retail level.

Food waste occurs at the retail and consumption levels.

This report confirms that food loss and waste is indeed a problem. Read more …