Can you imagine how much food is wasted a year in the country?! It is as huge as a mountain. Therefore, the issue of food waste has become one of the state’s top concerns due to its negative environmental, social and economic repercussions.
Mealtimes are a central aspect of family life, affecting the health and wellbeing of both children and adults. Although the benefits of healthy mealtimes are straightforward, helping all families realise those benefits is quite complicated, new research suggests.
"Eating more green leafy vegetables and cutting down on red meat might be two key food elements that contribute to the benefits of the Mediterranean-style diet," said researcher Janie Corley from the University of Edinburgh.
Seizing on controversial new deregulation, entrepreneurs are selling farmers apps to connect them to big buyers nationwide and using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve the rickety supply chains that lose one-fourth of India’s produce to wastage.
Food banks around the US continue giving away far more canned, packaged and fresh provisions than they did before the virus outbreak tossed millions of people out of work, forcing many to seek something to eat for the first time.
Sometime over the last month, you probably threw away a banana. Maybe it got too ripe. Or maybe your child didn’t like the one he was eating with the spotty, brown skin. You probably didn’t think much about tossing it. But all told, Americans throw away 5 billion bananas every year — and a lot more food. Across the US food supply in 2019, 35% of it — some 80 million tons of food — went unsold or uneaten.
While it was seemingly intended as a humorous mispronunciation by the chef, fans of the series took delight in the bizarre speech quirk.
Without meaning to be sermonic, one would like to state, and in no uncertain terms, that when there is a serious crisis everyone should jump in to deal with the issue. The person willing to help need not be a man worth millions because help is always a
When Sidney Beukes got his bus driver’s licence, he never imagined himself behind the wheel of a 40-year-old school bus that has been turned into a mobile grocery store serving low-income residents of Johannesburg. The bus is not an easy drive: there is no power