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Leanpath increases its rate of global food waste prevention to 1 pound every 2 seconds

Posted by Sam Smith, Director of Marketing on April 18, 2019

 

Working in thousands of kitchens in over 30 countries, with foodservice clients large and small, Leanpath is now preventing food waste globally at a rate of 1 pound every 2 seconds, or 1 kilo every 4 seconds.

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Topics: Announcements

US agencies announce collaboration to fight food waste

Posted by Sam Smith, Director of Marketing on April 11, 2019

In the United States, 30 to 40 percent of all available food is wasted. Food is the nation’s single largest type of waste. Three U.S. federal agencies have announced a coordinated strategy to address the crisis.

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Topics: Latest News, Food Waste Prevention Newsletter, Food Waste News

Food Waste "Prevention" vs "Recovery" - Words Matter

Posted by Steven Finn, Vice President of Food Waste Prevention. on March 28, 2019

Words matter, and just as it’s important to distinguish between terms such as food loss, food waste, and excess food, it’s also important to distinguish between “recovery” and “prevention” -- because the initiatives and impacts are very different.

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Topics: Latest News, Food Waste Prevention Newsletter, Food Waste News

Video Case Study: Healthcare Food Waste Strategies at Palomar Health

Posted by Leanpath on March 21, 2019


There are so many moving parts in hospital foodservice that chefs and managers rarely have time to identify the root causes of food waste, let alone strategize to improve their operations. That's why Palomar Health trusts Leanpath technology to measure their food waste, analyze food waste data, and provide reporting and expert coaching to guide their prevention efforts.

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Topics: Food Waste Musings

Food waste prevention means more efficient labor. Here’s what that looks like.

Posted by Robb White, CEC CCA AAC; Executive Chef & Food Waste Prevention Catalyst on March 15, 2019


When food is delivered to a kitchen’s backdoor, it has one cost: the food cost. Once it enters the kitchen, it starts getting saddled with labor costs. Unloading, storing, prepping, cooking, plating, serving, disposing. It’s a basic model that every chef and manager understands, but it’s important to keep it in mind when we talk about the impact food waste prevention has on labor.

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Topics: Food Waste Musings