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Aschemann-Witzel, J., A. Gimenez and G. Ares. 2018. Convenience or price orientation? Consumer characteristics influencing food waste behavior in the context of an emerging country and the impact on future sustainability of the global food sector. Global Environmental Change 49: 85

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In: International Food and Agribusiness Management Review
Different factors have contributed to what is known as the Contemporary Food Paradox. To express this more graphically, let us say that more than a third of the food in the world is wasted while almost 800 million people suffer extreme malnutrition. Now the Millennium Goals' deadline expired, we must set the targets for the Sustainable Development Goals for the next decades. Many national and international organizations point out the imperative need to give an adequate reply to this paradox. Food waste has important economic and environmental implications and, in addition, there is an undeniable ethical and social justice aspect. Beyond the figures of hunger and malnutrition, mothers, the unweaned, and small children die prematurely and young people experience a deficient physical and mental development. All these people, members of our human family, oblige us to recognize their inherent dignity as human beings and their equal and inalienable rights. In this work, academics from fifteen countries and different disciplines discuss proposals and strategies in order to respond to the desire for a world without waste or food poverty.

435 473 Bio Intelligence Service (2010). Preparatory Study on Food Waste Across EU 27. Technical Report 2010-254. Available at: http

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Different factors have contributed to what is known as the Contemporary Food Paradox. To express this more graphically, let us say that more than a third of the food in the world is wasted while almost 800 million people suffer extreme malnutrition. Now the Millennium Goals’ deadline expired, we must set the targets for the Sustainable Development Goals for the next decades. Many national and international organizations point out the imperative need to give an adequate reply to this paradox.

Food waste has important economic and environmental implications and, in addition, there is an undeniable ethical and social justice aspect. Beyond the figures of hunger and malnutrition, mothers, the unweaned, and small children die prematurely and young people experience a deficient physical and mental development. All these people, members of our human family, oblige us to recognize their inherent dignity as human beings and their equal and inalienable rights.

In this work, academics from fifteen countries and different disciplines discuss proposals and strategies in order to respond to the desire for a world without waste or food poverty.

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Session 4. Meat Science and Impact 262 63rd International Congress of Meat Science and Technology FOOD WASTE IN THE UNITED STATES H. Ockerman1* and L. Basu2 1The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA; 2Columbus, Ohio, USA; ockerman.2@osu.edu Abstract – Food waste occurs at every stage of

In: 63rd International Congress of Meat Science and Technology
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://grist.org/ask-umbra-series/why-do-we-continue-to-believe-companies-that-greenwash/ . Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (2012): Food waste: causes, impacts and proposals. Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition. Caraher, M. and Furey, S. (2017): Is it appropriate to use surplus food to feed people in hunger?. Short

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Envisioning a future without food waste and food poverty 103Leire Escajedo San-Epifanio and Mertxe De Renobales Scheifler (eds.) Envisioning a future without food waste and food poverty DOI 10.3920/978-90-8686-820-9_11, © Wageningen Academic Publishers 2015 11. Food waste in Kenya: uncovering

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Abeliotis, K., K. Lasaridi and C. Chroni. 2014. Attitudes and behaviour of Greek households regarding food waste prevention. Waste Management and Research 32(3): 237-240. https://doi.org/10.1177/0734242X14521681 Alattar, M.A., J. DeLaney, J.L. Morse and M. Nielsen-Pincus. 2020. Food

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Bernstad, A., la Cour Jansen, J., Aspergen, A. (2013). Door-stepping as a strategy for improved food waste recycling behavior-evaluation of a full-scale experiment. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 73: 94-103. A

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