Yesterday, Food Tank hosted a groundbreaking event on the global problem of food waste. The recording of the event is now available for viewing.
Kroger seeks to transform 55,000 tons of unsellable food waste into energy to power their distribution center in Compton, California
Vermont combates food waste and goes further than any other state to integrate composting into the state’s waste management plan.
While food waste is a global problem, farmers worldwide are stepping up to offer solutions.
According to guest author Ben Simon, founder of the Food Recovery Network, preventing food waste is good for the environment – and for business.
The Global FoodBanking Network creates, supplies, and strengthens food banks and food bank networks around the world, using food waste as a solution to hunger.
Jonathan Bloom’s American Wasteland remains a driving force in bringing the problem of food waste in America into the national consciousness.
One Acre Fund conducted a trial of low-cost and safe methods of maize storage for Kenyan farmers.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) recommends four ways to “eat green” in order to help save the environment.