Every year the global economy loses $1 trillion from food loss and waste. From producers to retailers, the private sector has pulled together to address this massive inefficiency in the worldwide food system. Through whole-supply-chain initiatives like 10x20x30, the scale of action is accelerating.
But with less than a decade left to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goal’s target of a 50% reduction in food loss and waste, what opportunities exist to make further inroads by 2030?
This online event from The Consumer Goods Forum (CGF), Champions 12.3 and WBCSD will dive into the progress has been made and where corporate action can still expand. Speakers will present lessons from across sectors and highlight priority action areas to help put the world on a path to halving food loss and waste. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about how the CGF’s Coalition of Action on Food Waste is working to accelerate progress Sustainable Development Goal 12.3 and halve food loss per capita worldwide.
The event comes ahead of the UN Food Systems Summit later this month.
You can register for this event here.
For more details on the CGF’s work to accelerate progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 12.3 and halve food loss per capita worldwide, visit www.tcgffoodwaste.com.