• Food Waste

    In the US, we throw away roughly 40 percent of our food supply every year. While a significant amount of food waste occurs in the home, a lot of food gets wasted long before reaching our plates; food waste happens on farms, in restaurants, supermarkets... everywhere!

    Food waste is now one of society's most pervasive problems, depleting scarce natural resources, and imposing serious environmental, economic and social costs. Ultimately, if we hope to create a sustainable food system, we must address this challenge. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to reduce food waste - all of which can yield cost savings and environmental benefits.

  • Food Waste

    In the US, we throw away roughly 40 percent of our food supply every year. While a significant amount of food waste occurs in the home, a lot of food gets wasted long before reaching our plates; food waste happens on farms, in restaurants, supermarkets... everywhere!

    Food waste is now one of society's most pervasive problems, depleting scarce natural resources, and imposing serious environmental, economic and social costs. Ultimately, if we hope to create a sustainable food system, we must address this challenge. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to reduce food waste - all of which can yield cost savings and environmental benefits.

  • Food Waste

    In the US, we throw away roughly 40 percent of our food supply every year. While a significant amount of food waste occurs in the home, a lot of food gets wasted long before reaching our plates; food waste happens on farms, in restaurants, supermarkets... everywhere!

    Food waste is now one of society's most pervasive problems, depleting scarce natural resources, and imposing serious environmental, economic and social costs. Ultimately, if we hope to create a sustainable food system, we must address this challenge. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to reduce food waste - all of which can yield cost savings and environmental benefits.

  • Food Waste

    In the US, we throw away roughly 40 percent of our food supply every year. While a significant amount of food waste occurs in the home, a lot of food gets wasted long before reaching our plates; food waste happens on farms, in restaurants, supermarkets... everywhere!

    Food waste is now one of society's most pervasive problems, depleting scarce natural resources, and imposing serious environmental, economic and social costs. Ultimately, if we hope to create a sustainable food system, we must address this challenge. Fortunately, there are many effective ways to reduce food waste - all of which can yield cost savings and environmental benefits.

Introduction
  • Find out how much food is wasted and why it matters.
How To
  • Learn how you can reduce food waste.
Recent Blog Posts
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