Technical Platform on the Measurement and Reduction of Food Loss and Waste
  Section 3 of this report provides an overview of the major challenges related to ensuring the sustainability of agricultural and food systems in the region with a specific focus on natural resource management and climate change processes. In particular, it includes the scale of land degradation, water scarcity, and natural...
Year: 2017
Author: FAO
  This document presents the report of fish loss assessment case studies conducted within the framework of FAO’s Save Food programme and coordinated by FAO’s Fish Products, Trade and Marketing Branch (FIAM). Following the national capacity development workshop (National Workshop on Post-Harvest Fish Losses in Indonesia) on post-harvest fisheries loss assessment,...
Year: 2017
Author: FAO
A significant amount of fish by-products is produced during fish processing. These by-products represent 20–80 percent of the fish and provide a good source of macro- and micronutrients. Yet they often go unutilized, when they can easily be converted into a variety of products including fishmeal and oil, fish hydrolysates,...
Year: 2021
Author: Islam, J., Yap, E.E.S., Krongpong, L., Toppe, J. and Peñarubia, O.R.
  The impacts of food loss and waste are not only connected to the agricultural or aquatic ecosystems where food is produced. Food commodities are transported and traded across continents and additional inputs are needed for each activity in the supply chain. Food systems consume about 30 percent of global available...
Year: 2017
Author: FAO
  In line with the current policy debate on agriculture and rural development, the improvement of methods for estimating post-harvest losses was identified by FAO member countries as a priority research topic to be included in the Research Programme of the Global Strategy to Improve Agriculture and Rural Statistics (GS). The...
Year: 2017
Author: GSARS