Agrifood

Agriculture & Food

From crop to plate, harvest to retail, food losses and waste occurs at all stages in the supply chain.

From crop to plate, harvest to retail, food losses and waste occurs at all stages in the supply chain. What are the consequences of food losses and waste for the environment, the economy, and above all, the people? There are solutions available globally –  what do we need to do, how can we cooperate to scale these solutions and facilitate their development, jointly?

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Hannah Foaden

Value Track Lead Agriculture & Food

What are the consequences of food losses and waste for the environment, the economy, and above all, the people?