New Online Hub Collectively Tackles Food Waste

New online resource hub FurtherWithFood.org brings people and organizations together to strengthen the movement to reduce food loss and waste across the United States.

OzHarvest: Rescuing Airline Food While Reducing Food Waste

Australian food rescue organization OzHarvest, is working with airlines, collecting uneaten airline food to feed vulnerable people and families and reduce food to landfill.

How an Algorithm Could Change the World of Food Delivery

Gebni, a new food delivery app, aims to reduce food waste in restaurants and lower prices to appeal to a broader market.

Africa’s First Postharvest Loss Reduction Innovation Conference and Competition

From March 28 to 31, your solution to food waste in Africa could be pitched at a groundbreaking conference in Kenya.

Milan Soup Kitchen Serves Up More Than Soup from City’s Waste

In a year, the Refettorio Ambrosiano saved more than 25 tons of food from being wasted. The sustainable soup kitchen continues to pursue a creative and sustainable model for redistributing food waste.

Technology is Reducing Food Waste: Interview with Copia’s Mike Goldblatt

A for-profit food waste reduction and recovery company based in San Francisco, CA, Copia has the first end-to-end waste reduction and recovery technology available.

Eric Trachtenberg: “It’s madness to lose what is already produced”

Trachtenberg, Director of the Food and Agriculture Sector at McLarty Associates, is speaking at the third annual D.C. Food Tank Summit: Let’s Build a Better Food Policy.

Sixteen Noteworthy Food Moments in 2016

From food policies that address food security and food waste, to innovative quantitative technologies, to the celebration of young food leaders, 2016 has had many a noteworthy food moment thus far.

Food Industry Shares Food Waste Reduction Efforts in New Report

A new booklet from the Consumer Foods Forum highlights successful approaches to measuring and reducing food waste from companies including Kellogg’s, Carrefour, and Nestle.