Food waste is one of the biggest problems in the world nowadays. Food loss is an enormous amount of food wasted on a daily basis that could save millions starving people around the world. Dedicated on that crucial topic, the following infographic shows 9 ways to reduce food waste in the supply chain.

Hunger and malnutrition are the number one risk to health worldwide. Each year the death toll exceeds that of AIDS, malaria nd tuberculosis combined.

Around a third of food produced for human consumption is wasted. In 2012, the costs regarding food waste in the EU alone were estimated at 143 billion euros.

This amazing infographic illustrates tips and ideas how to diminish the food waste. Increasing hubs and decision points and packaging considerations. Monitoring temperature control in transport and making good distribution decisions could be also very important approaches to reduce food waste in the supply chain. What is more, productions with limited shelf life demand high-frequency shipments. That can cause problems with regards to intermodel transport. Shelf life can influence the best place for the industrial production of products. Chilled salmon products is a great example. The packaging of food products can have huge effects on shelf life.



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