Food waste is becoming more and more a topic of discussion. It is a conversation that has piqued the interest of many internationally, especially by those who attended The Chicago Council’s recent Global Food Security Symposium 2015 held in Washington, D.C. Presenters talked about the important need to reduce the amount of food wasted worldwide. Even though food waste is a global challenge, we, as individuals, can have a huge impact on helping address it.
You or your patients may be asking, “How? Where do I start?” Change starts with the power of one: the individual. In the case of food waste, it starts at home. Look at what you buy and how you cook.
Read these six practical tips I shared on The Chicago Council’s website, and be sure to share them with your clientele so they can help make a difference in reducing food waste.