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Halve per capita global food waste at the retail and consumer levels and reduce food losses along production and supply chains, including post-harvest losses.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
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  1. Food Recovery Network: Works with college campuses and communities to recover surplus food and redirect it to people in need.

  2. Feedback Global: Focuses on building a sustainable food system by reducing food waste at various stages in the supply chain.

  3. Zero Waste Europe: Advocates for policies and practices that promote a zero-waste approach, including reducing food waste.

  4. The Real Junk Food Project: A global network of pay-as-you-wish cafes that use surplus food to create meals, raising awareness about food waste and food poverty.

  5. Love Food Hate Waste: An initiative in multiple countries, Love Food Hate Waste provides resources and tips to help consumers reduce food waste at home.

  6. Waste and Resources Action Programme: A UK-based organization that works with businesses, governments, and communities to reduce waste and promote sustainability, including food waste reduction.

  7. United Against Waste: A German initiative that engages businesses to reduce food waste through better management practices and awareness campaigns.

  8. ReFED: Operating in the United States, this collaboration of businesses, nonprofits, and government leaders works to reduce food waste through data-driven insights and innovation.

  9. OzHarvest: An Australian organization that rescues surplus food and distributes it to charities, addressing food waste and food insecurity.

  10. Food Cowboy: Uses technology to connect surplus food with charities and food banks, helping to reduce food waste in the United States.

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