As Earth Day comes closer, here are ways to reduce food waste at home. Food waste contributes to eight to ten percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
As the world, including the United States, grapple with finding the perfect solution to climate change, one aspect that they might be overlooking is food waste.
China's "Clean Plate" campaign endangers mukbang industry, making restrictions on binge-eating contents.
Europe's food waste weighs in at 89 million tons. What does the world's food waste look like?
Throwing away certain food parts may not be the smartest idea because you'll be losing powerful nutrients. If prepared the right way, some of these food parts might actually taste good too.
The table scraps and unsold cabbages dumped to landfills are no longer reaching the end of their use as they're now put into recycled mode.
Comedian and filmmaker Jeff Seal spent four nights in New York City looking for food, in the garbage! Equipped with just gloves and head lamp, he proved that a person can survive in NYC without having to buy food.
In partnership with Feeding America's Foodshare program, Starbucks announced that they too, will be donating unsold food to the less fortunate.
Wefood prides itself as Denmark's first store surplus food. The shop located at Amagerbrogade 151 Copenhagen gained popularity as it encourages consumers to do their share in fighting food wastage.
This year UK's supermarket giant, Tesco, finalized a deal to donate unsold food to charity to help lessen the problem of food wastage.
France makes a huge step by becoming the first country to ban supermarkets from throwing away unsold foods. The law is set to apply this month.
A new, more compelling reason not to waste surplus bread; turns out it could be transformed into something even more delicious and thirst-quenching - beer. A brewing company solves UK's bread waste problem by turning bread into beer.
Who would have thought that the world would thank an island full of felines later?
Because of the alarming rate of food that are put to waste by the world's population today, the government of France has banned local supermarkets from throwing away unsold food and letting them rot.
The restaurant business is a competitive business, and depending on the marketing strategies of the business owner, they either can thrive or be forced to move away.