Food Security

One third of food produced globally does not get consumed - so how can we reduce food waste?

Vast amounts of food is still being wasted around the world, yet many people still suffer food insecurity. Image: REUTERS/Temilade Adelaja

Kamran Mahroof

Assistant Professor, Supply Chain Analytics, University of Bradford

Sankar Sivarajah

Professor of Technology Management and Circular Economy, University of Bradford

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Global food losses and waste per year
One third of all food produced each year is wasted. Image: IFCO

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