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Leanpath partner IKEA hits big food waste milestone

Posted by Leanpath on February 28, 2019

 

With more than 420 stores in 52 markets worldwide IKEA is now two years into its ambitious program to reduce food waste in all the IKEA stores by 50% before end of August 2020. So far more than 1.4 million kilos of food have been saved since the program started, which is equivalent to more than 3 million meals (one meal equals 450 grams).

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New Study Links Healthy Diet, Food Waste and Climate Change

Posted by Leanpath on January 17, 2019

 

How do we feed a growing population without destroying the planet?

A comprehensive new report attempts to answer that question and in doing so draws a clear connection between feeding the globe a healthy diet and the imperative to reduce food waste.

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Leanpath 2018 Year In Review

Posted by Leanpath on December 19, 2018


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Looking at Potato Waste

Posted by Robb White, CEC CCA AAC; Executive Chef & Food Waste Prevention Catalyst on December 17, 2018

 This is a recurring feature where Leanpath Executive Chef Robb White examines real food waste images from Leanpath 360s and shares insights based on what he sees.

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2 Birds 1 Stone: Preventing Food Waste Prevents Plastic Waste

Posted by Steven Finn, Vice President of Food Waste Prevention. on November 29, 2018

 

Food waste has received substantial global attention in the last 4-5 years, as well it should. Along with food waste, plastic waste is now the subject of enormous global focus – and deservedly so.

As with food waste, the scale of plastic waste – and its environmental impact – is truly alarming.  These twin challenges are linked: A great deal of plastic waste is related to food, and much of it ends up in landfills, rivers, and the oceans.

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