According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization, about 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted every year. Here are smart and simple ways that will help minimise food wastage at home and will ultimately ...
Industrialist Harsh Goenka raised awareness about the pertinent issue of food wastage that could be used to feed the hungry.
Food wastage is perhaps one of the most neglected and downplayed urban issues. Here's how food technology may help reduce food wastage.
Food wastage is a global concern, with about one-third of the world's food wasted annually. Here are some tips to prevent food wastage at home.
According to a recent report published by Thomson Reuters, between 30 and 40 percent of food produced globally is never eaten.
The least that can be done is to keep a check on our resources, use as much as needed, conserve and be watchful of wastage.
IAS Officer Awanish Sharan shared a photo on Twitter that showed the amount of food wasted at weddings. Here's how Twitter users reacted to it.
Keeping sustainability and environments in mind, some sincere restaurants always follow the best ways possible measures to minimise food wastage.
A woman in Gujarat has created a unique Ganesh idol made with food packets to send an important message about food wastage.
Food and eating etiquettes play an important role in characterising the Bohra (or Bohri) culture. Here people swear by 'communal dining' and 'no food wastage' policies.