Independent panel urges collective action on food waste

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The independent panel of experts report takes a close look at where and how food waste occurs and recommends a number of actions that could help reduce the 1.3 billion tonnes of food that are squandered worldwide each year.

It recommends that states and international organizations better integrate food chains and food systems perspectives in any food security and nutrition strategy or action.

It said reduction of FLW should be systematically considered and assessed as a potential means to improve agricultural and food systems efficiency and sustainability towards improved food security and nutrition.

The report suggests that direct and indirect causes of FLW in a given system should be analysed to identify hot spots where it would be most efficient to act.

The UN Committee on World Food Security is the top international and intergovernmental platform for discussions and agenda-setting on issues related to global food security.

Its membership includes governments, UN agencies and other UN bodies, civil society and non-governmental organizations, research institutions, financial institutions and development banks, private sector associations and philanthropic foundations.


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