Launched initially at six stores in Western New York, this innovative and interactive in-store program allows customers to purchase food nearing its sell-by date to save money and to help reduce food waste.
Flashfood is a Canadian-based grocery app that strives to reduce food waste while decreasing consumer spending, supplier losses, and greenhouse gases emissions.
The issue of food waste is bigger than any single organization or link within the supply chain.
Hazel Technologies Inc., a USDA-funded technology company delivering new solutions for fresh produce to extend shelf-life, increase sales, and fight food waste, announces new USDA-funding for a packaging technology which protects the quality of potatoes.
Food waste is a problem, whether you’re looking at it from the environmental or business point of view. For FoodMaven, they look at it both ways.
Just as there is no single cause of fresh produce waste, there is neither a single party nor a silver bullet solution to eradicate the problem.
Much of the food waste problem can be attributed to the nature of the product, cold chain failures, poor demand planning, and stringent requirements.
In its “Food Loss and Waste” report, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) estimates between 30 to 40 percent of the food supply is wasted.
AgroFresh Solutions, Inc., a global leader in produce freshness solutions, today announced that Montague, one of Australia's largest fruit growers, will utilize FreshCloud Quality Inspection to drive a comprehensive transformation of its entire quality system and decision-making for the management of fresh produce.
Afresh, the artificial intelligence-powered fresh replenishment platform, and WinCo Foods announced a partnership today in which WinCo Foods is implementing Afresh’s software across their entire chain o grocery stores.