FOOD WASTE

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FOOD WASTE:

FOOD WASTE Made by: Taher mohammad

Food loss is the decrease in quantity or quality of food. Food loss in the production and distribution segments of the food supply chain is mainly a function of the food production and supply system or its institutional and legal framework.:

Food loss  is the decrease in quantity or quality of food. Food loss in the production and distribution segments of the food supply chain is mainly a function of the food production and supply system or its institutional and legal framework.

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Food waste  (which is a component of food loss) is any removal of food from the food supply chain which is or was at some point fit for human consumption, or which has spoiled or expired, mainly caused by economic behaviour , poor stock management or neglect.

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Food loss and waste per person per year Total At the production and retail stages By consumers Europe 280 kg (617 lb) 190 kg (419 lb) 90 kg (198 lb) North America and Oceania 295 kg (650 lb) 185 kg (408 lb) 110 kg (243 lb) Industrialized Asia 240 kg (529 lb) 160 kg (353 lb) 80 kg (176 lb) sub-Saharan Africa 160 kg (353 lb) 155 kg (342 lb) 5 kg (11 lb) North Africa, West and Central Asia 215 kg (474 lb) 180 kg (397 lb) 35 kg (77 lb) South and Southeast Asia 125 kg (276 lb) 110 kg (243 lb) 15 kg (33 lb) Latin America 225 kg (496 lb) 200 kg (441 lb) 25 kg (55 lb)

NEW ZEALAND:

NEW ZEALAND In New zealand  an average of 260 kg per person or 676 kg per household per annum. Over 44% of this household waste was organic, with 24.7% (or 258,886 tonnes ) of the total being kitchen waste, and 19.6% being greenwaste (205,526 tonnes ). The top ten foods wasted in 2015 were: Bread 10% Left overs 8% Potatoes 5% Apples 3% Poultry 3% Bananas 3% Lettuces 3% Oranges 2% Pumpkin 2% Carrots 2%.

Singapore:

Singapore In  Singapore , 788,600 tonnes (776,100 long tons; 869,300 short tons) of food was wasted in 2016.Of that, 101,400 tonnes (99,800 long tons; 111,800 short tons) were recycled.Since Singapore has limited agriculture ability, the country spent about S$14.8 billion (US$10.6 billion) on importing food in 2016. US$1.4 billion of it ends up being wasted, or 13 percent .

United Kingdom (UK):

United Kingdom (UK) In the UK, 6,700,000 tonnes (6,590,000 long tons; 7,390,000 short tons) per year of wasted food (purchased and edible food which is discarded) amounts to a cost of £10.2 billion each year. This represents costs of £250 to £400 a year per household Domestic food waste in the UK [32] Category England Wales Scotland N. Ireland UK Household waste ('000  tonnes ) 25,688 1,585 2,276 919 30,468 Composition of foodWaste (% household) 17.5% 18% [a] 18% [b] 19% [c] 17.6% Quantity of food waste('000 tonnes) 4,495 285 410 184 5,375 The single largest producer of food  waste in the United Kingdom  is the domestic household. In 2007, 

United States Of America:

United States Of America Elizabeth Royte indicated more than 30 percent of food in the United States, valued at $162 billion annually, isn't eaten .  The  University of Arizona  conducted a study in 2004, which indicated that 14 to 15% of  United States  edible food is untouched or unopened, amounting to $43 billion worth of discarded, but edible, food.

Denmark:

Denmark According to  Ministry of Environment (Denmark) , over 700,000 tonnes per year of food is wasted every year in  Denmark  in the entire food value chain from farm to fork

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And on other hand

 About 21,000 people die every day of hunger  This is one person every four seconds, as you can see on this display. Sadly, it is children who die most often.:

  About 21,000 people die every day of  hunger   This is one person every four seconds, as you can see on this display. Sadly, it is children who die most often.

There are 820 million chronically hungry people in the world. 1/3rd of the worldÂ's hungry live in India. 836 million Indians survive on less than Rs. 20 (less than half-a-dollar) a day. Over 20 crore Indians will sleep hungry tonight.  :

There are  820 million  chronically hungry people in the world. 1/3 rd  of the worldÂ's hungry live in India.  836 million  Indians survive on less than Rs. 20 (less than half-a-dollar) a day. Over 20 crore Indians will sleep hungry tonight.  

These peoples have no food to eat and no money to buy food and on other hand we are wasting foods. We can also give or donate food except of wasting the food :

These peoples have no food to eat and no money to buy food and on other hand we are wasting foods. We can also give or donate food except of wasting the food If we loss food ,we loss them!