Fighting Domestic Food Waste: A Comparison of Action Plans

Fighting Domestic Food Waste: A Comparison of Action Plans

New data from Last Minute Market/SWG’s Waste Watcher Observatory on household food waste in Lombardy has been presented today
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Whirlpool has launched the 4th edition of the educational project “Moments Not to Be Wasted”, which aims to educate over 2 million people in Europe about the issue of food waste. http://bit.ly/37z0DrL

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 - 9:00am

CAMPAIGN: Whirlpool Corporation & Sustainability

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A more sustainable diet can contribute to saving our planet and everyone must play their part, as only by tackling food waste together there can be a real and long-lasting impact.

This is the commitment that institutions, civil society and businesses insisted on during the event “Let’s not waste food: for a more sustainable diet“, which was held today in Milan and saw the presence of the main actors involved in the fight against a dietary model that is no longer acceptable.

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