Conference: Food Loss and Waste – Solutions of Tomorrow by Denmark

If you are interested in how to reduce food loss and waste, then participate in the conference in Bella Center in Copenhagen on August 31st and experience how the Danish food system tackles food loss and waste.

Reducing food loss and waste can make a sizeable contribution to global food security and lead to more efficiency, more economic productivity and reductions in the emission of greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change.

It is estimated that 800 million people lack sufficient food on a daily basis and approximately one-third of all food produced for human consumption gets lost or wasted on a global scale, a figure which amounts to 1.3 billion tonnes wasted annually. Food is wasted throughout the entire supply chain, from initial agricultural production down to final household consumption.

To achieve global food security while protecting our natural resources, we must improve the sustainability of the food system. Doing so will make a tangible contribution to achieving UN Sustainable Development Goal 12.3, which is to halve food waste by 2030.

The Conference ‘Food Loss and Waste – Solutions of Tomorrow by Denmark’ aims to highlight the extent of losses and waste in food production and understand at which stage of the value chain they occur. It showcases how the Danish food system tackles food loss & waste and secures high food safety & quality by collaborative strategies.

Bring your business partner and colleagues and see how by working together, we can meet tomorrow’s challenges and opportunities.

Preliminary program can be seen here and you can register for the event here: