FIT Food Waste Monitoring Tech - Food waste monitoring system for commercial kitchens
One third of all the food produced for human consumption is wasted every year. These 1.3 billion tons of food would be enough to feed 3 billion people.
Food waste has also a huge environmental impact, knowing the carbon, water, chemical and land footprint of agriculture. From an economic perspective, the BCG estimates that this global food waste issue is worth $1.2 trillion but represents in the other hand a $700 billion opportunity. Misunderstanding about the financial/social/environmental impacts of food waste by food professionals explains why so much is still wasted, and this misunderstanding is intrinsically linked to a lack of tracking. A cost-effective food waste monitoring system, helping to answer the key questions pertaining to this issue (how much is wasted, when, where, what it is, why, and how much it costs), will help overcome this . This newly available information is the knowledge needed to bring change in operations.
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