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U.S. Government Ratifies Commitment to Food Waste Reduction

Posted by Steven Finn, Vice President of Food Waste Prevention. on October 25, 2018

In a highly visible gathering at the USDA in Washington D.C. the U.S. government increased its focus on the food waste challenge, launching its “Winning on Reducing Food Waste Initiative” – headlined by the signing of a formal agreement by the leaders of the Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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LeanPath team digs deep for World Food Day 2018

Posted by Leanpath on October 16, 2018

At LeanPath, we’re excited that World Food Day, October 16th, has once again arrived. Given the need to sustainably feed 9.6 billion citizens by 2050, and the many challenges in the global food system that we currently face, it is indeed an important event on the calendar – and it means a lot to us.

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LeanPath Wins EMIES Distinguished Program Award

Posted by Leanpath on October 11, 2018

Pictured: EMIES Award Winners. Michael Robb, LeanPath Business Development Manager, Second from left

The San Diego Food System Alliance has recognized LeanPath with its Distinguished Program "EMIES" Award. 

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The Ultimate Guide to Preventing Food Waste at the Buffet

Posted by Leanpath on October 5, 2018

There are three big reasons the buffet is a key source of food waste.

First, it’s challenging to match supply and demand in an all-you-care-to-eat format. The default is overproduction: better to have too much on display than disappoint a customer with too little. 

Second, a buffet has to be aggressively merchandised. Half empty pans and blank spots on the line kill the look of a bountiful buffet. 

And third, when faced with that bounty, customers have a hard time gauging their own appetite and will often simply take more than they can eat, leading to excessive plate waste.

The good news is that you don’t have to sacrifice customer satisfaction or the visual appeal of a buffet to dramatically cut food waste. Pulling best practices gleaned from LeanPath’s decade-plus experience in food waste prevention, as well as intelligence from The World Wildlife Fund and The Rockefeller Foundation, we offer a new, free whitepaper for chefs and managers.

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LeanPath Wins Global Game Changers Award

Posted by Leanpath on September 14, 2018

 

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