There’s much ado about food waste these days. The Obama Administration set an aggressive food waste reduction goal by 2030, five states and a few cities have banned it from landfills, Congress held hearings on the matter, the Ad Council created a suite of “Save the Food” public service ads, and the National Science Foundation just donated US$1 million to tackle the issue.
U.S. Congresswoman Chellie Pingree’s introduction of the Food Recovery Act marked a culmination and a commencement in the fight against wasted food.
Michigan State University history professor Helen Veit researched the history of leftovers and discovered results anyone with a fridge will want to know about.
The global packaging company Avery Dennison is working to bring radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to supermarket shelves.
Have you ever seen an alphabet made out of fruits and vegetables? Me neither. With your help, that’s about to change.
The first ever national consumer survey on wasted food in the United States was published June 10.