Here's what those sticker codes on fruits and vegetables mean:
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
Last September, world leaders made a commitment to end hunger by 2030, as part of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It sounds like a massive undertaking. In fact, the world already produces enough food to feed everyone. So why does the problem persist?
Naturo has created a machine, the Natavo Zero, that the company says can stop avocados from turning brown.
Half of all US food produce is thrown away, research suggests.
'The food currently wasted in Europe could feed 200 million people,' says the UN Food and Agricultural Organisation
La vida de una fresa. No lo tires Mejor Deshidrata
From National Geographic
About a third of our planet’s food goes to waste. That’s enough food to feed the nearly 800 million people going hungry and then some. Household and grocery waste are two of the biggest reasons for the problem. However, one of the biggest culprits is the casting off of so-called “ugly” foods...
The U.K.’s Real Junk Food Project is bringing its network of pay-what-you-can cafés, stalls, and grocery stores to the U.S.