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Food surplus app Too Good To Go expands in Texas

- General News
Too Good To Go, the world's largest marketplace for selling surplus food, is now available across the state of Texas.

Flashfood releases its 2022 impact report: The State of Food Waste

- General News
The report looks at the role of food waste in the current climate crisis and how reducing waste at the retail level has the potential to lower greenhouse gas emissions, slow climate change, and address the connected problems of hunger and food insecurity.

Turning fruit waste into electricity

- Analysis
Researchers at the University of British Columbia at Okanagan (UBCO) are working on technology to cut back on food waste while providing sustainable energy: using fruit waste to generate electricity.

Full Harvest speeds up food waste reduction with expansion to all grades of produce

- General News
Full Harvest, a proven leader in the battle against food waste, today announced its expansion beyond surplus to all USDA Grade 1 produce on its online marketplace for commercial buyers and sellers.

Veggie Saver bag fights food waste

- Analysis
The war against waste in fresh fruits and vegetables has a champion in Australia. Sydney’s Peita Peri is marketing a bag called the Veggie Saver.

Stop & Shop expands Flashfood in NY

- Retail
Stop & Shop, a neighborhood grocer for over 100 years, announced today that Flashfood, a digital marketplace that significantly reduces food waste at the retail level by connecting consumers with discounted food nearing its best by date, expanded availability of the program across over 60 of its New York stores.

Hazel Technologies makes executive changes

- General News
Parker Booth, who previously served as COO, has been promoted to CEO, and Jeff Leshuk joins as CRO. Co-founder and former CEO Aidan Mount remains in an advisory role.

Food use rather than food waste

- Analysis
You have seen statistics like this: 30-40 percent of American produce ends up in landfills. Four-person households in this country throw out an average of $120 worth of food each month.

EFI ‘Produce & Reduce’ measures success after two-year pilot

- General News
Equitable Food Initiative and Measure to Improve, announced the successful completion of the two-year Produce & Reduce pilot program which was implemented on three farming operations and funded by the California Workforce Development Board (CWDB)

Divert, Inc. CEO to deliver keynote at OPS 2023

- General News
Every year, the United States generates more than 100 million tons of wasted food—the majority of it being fresh fruits and vegetables—with over 50 percent going to landfills or incinerators.