A large portion of our perishable foods never make it to the dinner plate. A French startup hopes their innovative protective nano-film can help keep fruit fresher, for longer.
A technology called AuREUS , which uses waste materials to turn UV light into electricity, even without direct sunlight, has won the James Dyson Award’s first-ever Sustainability Prize.
From farm to plate, unnecessary waste is a huge problem throughout the food supply chain. London-based company Winnow has come up with an AI-integrated waste disposal system to help restaurants dramatically reduce what gets thrown away.
Food waste is a global problem with huge financial, social and environmental consequences. Fortunately, as individuals, we can make an enormous impact on the problem with just a few simple adjustments to our daily lives.
In African countries, huge amounts of food are lost post-harvest due to poor storage. The Nigerian start-up RenewDrive has developed a solution that could help keep fruits and vegetables fresher for longer.
Food waste isn't just a problem in the global North - it affects African countries too. The app Chowberry, developed in Nigeria, is working together with NGOs to ensure food makes it to those who need it most.
Two Swiss ecopreneurs are using digital tech to help food outlets track, visualise and analyse what they're throwing away - in a bid to reduce food waste and cut costs too.
Organic, invisible and completely edible - could Edipeel be the solution we need to drastically cut back on global food waste?
A young team of Canadian ecopreneurs wants to tackle food waste by turning restaurant scraps into value-added products, starting with bioplastics.