If food waste were a country, estimates are that it would have the third highest greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions after China and the US. Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) Target 12.3…Read More >
Responsible for roughly a third of the UK’s diet-related carbon emissions, the consumption and production of meat is a substantial contributor to climate change. A report commissioned by the government last year…Read More >
It’s an unbelievable tragedy that a third of the world’s food is wasted. To put that in perspective, it would take an area the size of China to grow that much food –…Read More >
The Horticultural Quality and Food Loss Network (HortQFLNet) is jointly led by the University’s Professor Carol Wagstaff and Cranfield University’s Professor Leon A. Terry.
Every year about 30% of the total food produced in the world for human consumption is lost or wasted both at food supply chain and consumption level, corresponding to approximately…Read More >
Around one third of the food we produce ends up in the bin, and household food waste counts for over 50% of that figure. Today is UN World Food Day 2018,…Read More >