World Food Summit 2018 - Better Food for More People
Reducing food loss and waste can make a sizeable contribution to global food security and lead to more efficiency, more economic productivity and reductions in the emission of greenhouse gases that contribute to climate change.
It is estimated that 800 million people lack sufficient food on a daily basis and approximately onethird of all food produced for human consumption gets lost or wasted on a global scale, a figure which amounts to 1.3 billion tonnes wasted annually. Food is wasted throughout the entire supply chain, from initial agricultural production down to final household consumption. Read more about this session.
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Location: Bella Center Copenhagen (Bite Copenhagen)
Moderators: Director Finn Mortensen, State of Green & CEO Lise Walbom, Food Nation
Director Leif Nielsen, The Confederation of Danish Industry
CEO Karen Hækkerup, Danish Agriculture & Food Council
How the Danish private sectors can tap into a 700 Bn USD global market opportunity to half the food loss & waste by 2030 Insights into global numbers concerning waste and loss of food across the value chain towards 2030, and the role of the private sector in tapping into this opportunity
Esben Hegnsholt, Partner & Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group
10.45 Cases: Maximising value via the reduction of food loss & waste:
Optimising cold chain logistics to reduce losses at the initial stages of the value chain
Foods Minimising losses with state-of-the-art technology in storage facilities
Minimising food waste while maximising value in food production
Learn more about Danish solutions, products and cooperation
State of Green and Food Nation
Hardcore business and the Danish culture of collaboration can aid the transition to a circular economy to the benefit of future generations
Reducing food waste with nature’s own resources- How bio protection can reduce yogurt waste by extending the product’s shelf life.
Director Peter Thøysen, Commercial Development, Chr. Hansen
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