Food Waste

Report Details Harmful Consequences of Prison Food Policies

Impact Justice’s new report detailing prison food policies and practices shows what message we are sending to people who are incarcerated through food.

Superfood Bar with Compostable Wrapper Reclaims Carbon

Impacts Snacks, a plant-based superfood bar company, is using compostable wrappers and reclaiming more carbon that it uses to make its bars.

The Netherlands Launches Public Awareness Campaign to Reduce Food Waste

To reduce food waste, the Netherlands is running a public awareness campaign to inform consumers what the dates on their food labels really mean.

20 Organizations Diverting Food Waste to Provide Meals for People in Need

Groups across the globe are finding innovative ways to recover and redistribute surplus food.

Food Banks Face Surging Demand This Holiday Season

Food banks face are facing a major surge in hunger this holiday season. Food Tank shares ways to help and food banks to support.

Allégorie Reimagines Fashion Through Discarded Fruits and Ethical Values

After learning about animals’ unethical treatment for bag production in the fashion industry, co-founders Heather Jiang and Jen You created the fashion brand Allégorie.

FAO and World Food Law Institute Symposium

The FAO and World Food Law Institute’s symposium on food loss and food waste shared approaches and case studies on how to mitigate these issues.

Plastic-Free Cucumbers Reduce Plastic and Food Waste

Apeel’s plastic-free cucumbers are coming to Walmart to reduce plastic and food waste.

White Pony Express Rescues Fresh Food for Californians in Need

Through the COVID-19 Food Waste Solutions Fund, ReFED is helping White Pony Express rescue food and divert it to Californians in need.

College Students Recycle Waste into Sustainable Fertilizer for Rural Farmers

Five college students won $5,000 at this year’s @WegePrize for their plan to recycle waste into sustainable fertilizer. The group projects that their organic fertilizer will cut costs for rural farmers by 35 percent.