Innovation against waste in the fishing industry

By Flora Serra
Agência FAPESP – According to a study performed in 2010 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), some 1.3 billion tons of food are wasted in the world every year, the equivalent of a third of the total amount produced by the food industry. Food is wasted at many points—in the collection of raw materials, during the production phases and transport and at consumers’ tables. To reduce waste, byproducts are reutilized in the food production process to generate other products and reduce the amount lost at this stage…….. >>Read More<<

Source and Photo: Agência FAPESP, April 4th, 2012
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2 responses to “Innovation against waste in the fishing industry

  1. It just annoys greatly to think of people wasting food when there are other people who needs them badly.

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