In a world that expects to welcome another 3 billion people to the middle class in the new few decades, eating more sustainably will be key. Two simple rules of thumb: eat fewer animal-based foods and waste less.
As profits for food and beverage companies stall, studies find consumers prefer products with positive social impacts. Companies can capitalize on this trend—and save money—by reducing food loss and waste.
The UK reduced its food loss and waste by an impressive 21 percent. In a new podcast, WRI's Liz Goodwin explains what families, companies and governments around the world can learn from the UK's success.
Around one-third of all food the world produces goes uneaten, even as 800 million people struggle with hunger. Liz Goodwin, WRI's new director of food loss and waste, highlights solutions to this massive problem.