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Food Waste in the Developing World

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Across the globe we currently produce around four billion metric tonnes of food per annum. The UN has projected that by 2100 the population could peak at 9–12 billion, creating an extra 3–5 billion mouths to feed. Today we waste some 30–50% of all food produced: this happens at farms, in storage and
transportation, in factories and retail outlets, as well as in the home. In spite of this huge wastage, people starve and depend on social safety nets and food banks in both the developing and the developed world.

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Year 2016
Authors Jenifer Baxter
Language English
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DOI https://doi.org/10.52439/JBCA1536
DOI Number 10.52439/JBCA1536
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