Technical Platform on the Measurement and Reduction of Food Loss and Waste
On 29 September 2021, the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste will be observed for the second time. Reducing food loss and waste is of significant importance as it contributes to the realization of broader improvements to agri-food systems toward achieving food security, food safety, improving food quality...
13-16 SEPTEMBER 2021 / A VIRTUAL EVENT HOSTED BY THE AFRICAN UNION COMMISSION dedicated to Postharvest Loss Reduction for Sustainable Food Systems The 3rd AAPHCE is a follow up to the 2nd AAPHCE and 1st AAPHCE which were held in 2019 and 2017 respectively. The The AUC has now institutionalized the All...
FAO has developed the Voluntary Code of Conduct for Food Loss and Waste Reduction (CoC) following the request of the 26th Session of the Committee on Agriculture (COAG). The CoC was developed through an inclusive process under the overall direction and guidance of the COAG Bureau. Inputs for the CoC and feedback...
Action Tracks received over 1 200 ideas, which were elaborated and synthesized into 107 initial propositions. These propositions will undergo a wide-range of stakeholder consultations between May and June 2021, closely coordinated by the Food Systems Summit Dialogues and the work of the Scientific Committee.   Action Track 2 – Sustainable consumption Action...
On 29 April, the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee adopted an anti-food-waste law, which will shortly go into effect. According to the law, catering service providers may charge customers who leave excessive amounts of food waste a disposal fee, but rates for the charge must be clearly advertised. A report by the...
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