فقدان الأغذية وهدرها في سلاسل القيمة السمكية
  • Supportive Policy Environment
  • Application of Appropriate Technology
  • Skills and Knowledge
  • Services and Infrastructure
  • Regulatory Environment
  • Social and Gender Equity
  • Markets

Equitable Social and Gender Environment for Reducing Consumer Food Waste

Social and community initiatives provide forums and mechanisms to reduce food waste in local areas. Such initiatives provide advice on food shopping and can redistribute or make better use of food destined for landfill. Some examples include food hubs or community fridges, and provide a place where people can bring their surplus food. The food is then made available to people in need.

Key Publications

Cambridge Sustainable Food - Food Waste Projects

Information about numerous projects being undertaken across the UK and Europe, including a community fridge and salvaged food, are highlighted.

Hubbub Community Fridge Network

The Community Fridge Network is an initiative in the UK where surplus food is shared between people in a community, by local business and individuals.

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