Tag Archives: food waste

Call for articles: Nutritional values and family farming

Originally posted on AGRICULTURE BLOG…..:
Farming Matters | 30.2 | June 2014 We are told of the great advances that have been made in ‘modern’ agriculture in the last 60 years. Yet there are more hungry and malnourished people on…

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When your produce gets wasted, it’s really a cry for help

Originally posted on Grist:
When Nick Papadopoulos looked at all the veggies that didn’t sell at the farmers market, he felt terrible. Papadopoulos is general manager of Bloomfield Organics, and he’d seen all the sweat, all the nutrients, all the…

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Consultation on Food Losses and Waste

Originally posted on Food Governance:
The High Level Panel of Experts (HLPE) of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) has launched a consultation on the draft of the study: Food losses and waste in the context of sustainable food systems. The draft study can…

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Xmas-time news! :)

Originally posted on Passion in Food and Field:
Hey dear readers! 🙂 If you’re already full of meat and sweets and fish and wine and… the Christmas binge in general, come and nourish your brain now for a little bit…

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Food waste in Britain and the first social supermarket

Laurence Gibbons at Food Manufacture says that good food is being wasted in Britain. Huge amounts of good food. You can scroll down for his infographic about this scandal. Supermarkets are blaming fussy shoppers but they’re also promising to change … Continue reading

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Insects as Nutrition

Originally posted on Living With Insects Blog:
Mealworm Stir-fry Insects can be appreciated and investigated from many points of view. Interest in insects as a future food source is high because human population increases will require more production and new…

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The global food supply has a demand problem

argylesock says… Here are sensible words from Jonathan Foley. I decided not to link to this post, but to reblog it, because I simply want to say what Dr Foley says.

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