One Third of World’s Food Goes to Waste [Headlines]

One Third of World’s Food Goes to Waste [Headlines]
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Consumers in rich nations waste a combined 222 million tons a year, according to the report. That's almost as much as all the food produced in sub-Saharan Africa.

Stephanie Pottinger
  • 12 may 2011

CNN reports:

According to the report, food losses occur as a result of inefficiencies in food production and processing operations that diminish supplies. Food waste, by contrast, is when retailers and consumers throw edible food in the trash.

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