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About a third of the planet’s food goes to waste, often because of its looks. That’s enough to feed two billion people.
This ranking is the result of a composite index made up of a weighted sum of selected indicators. A higher score means that the selected country is on the right path towards a sustainable food and nutrition system.
By engaging consumers, clarifying date labeling, and promoting composting, grocers, supermarkets and food companies can play an important role in cutting food waste. But did you know that an estimated 85% of food waste occurs at consumer-facing businesses and homes?
To help curb the billions of tons of food discarded across the globe each year, here’s the business case.
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El sector de la distribución tiene margen para evitar perder cada año más de 128.000 toneladas de comida.
La producción alimentaria, la restauración y los hogares concentran la mayor parte del despilfarro