Food Waste and the Global Hunger Crisis: Momentum Builds for a More Holistic Solution

Read the full story at Triple Pundit.

Food waste has proven to be an intractable problem. According to the United Nations, about 30 percent of all food produced gets lost along the supply chain, dragging a heavy chain of carbon emissions and other impacts along with it. That data point rings with irony as the global numbers on malnourishment remain stubbornly high. Now it appears that the business community has finally connected the dots between food waste and the hunger crisis and is in position to take concrete action.

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