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Key facts on food loss and waste you should lost4 – While – Even! Roughly one third of the food produced in the world for human consumption every year — approximately 1. 3 billion tonnes — gets lost or wasted. Industrialized and developing countries dissipate roughly the same quantities of food — respectively 670 and 630 million tonnes.

Fruits and vegetables, plus roots and tubers have the highest wastage rates of any food. Per capita waste by consumers is between 95-115 kg a year in Europe and North America, while consumers in sub-Saharan Africa, south and south-eastern Asia, each throw away only 6-11 kg a year. Total per capita food production for human consumption is about 900 kg a year in rich countries, almost twice the 460 kg a year produced in the poorest regions. At retail level, large quantities of food are wasted due to quality standards that over-emphasize appearance. Food loss and waste also amount to a major squandering of resources, including water, land, energy, labour and capital and needlessly produce greenhouse gas emissions, contributing to global warming and climate change. The food currently lost or wasted in Latin America could feed 300 million people. The food currently wasted in Europe could feed 200 million people.

The food currently lost in Africa could feed 300 million people. Even if just one-fourth of the food currently lost or wasted globally could be saved, it would be enough to feed 870 million hungry people in the world. Food losses during harvest and in storage translate into lost income for small farmers and into higher prices for poor consumers. In developing countries food waste and losses occur mainly at early stages of the food value chain and can be traced back to financial, managerial and technical constraints in harvesting techniques as well as storage and cooling facilities. Strengthening the supply chain through the direct support of farmers and investments in infrastructure, transportation, as well as in an expansion of the food and packaging industry could help to reduce the amount of food loss and waste. In medium- and high-income countries food is wasted and lost mainly at later stages in the supply chain. Differing from the situation in developing countries, the behaviour of consumers plays a huge part in industrialized countries.

The study identified a lack of coordination between actors in the supply chain as a contributing factor. Farmer-buyer agreements can be helpful to increase the level of coordination. Mom of 3 Who Lost 279 Lbs. Get your People daily dose Subscribe to the daily newsletter for the latest celebrity news. All products featured were editorially selected.

964 0 0 0 15 20c0 2. 984 0 0 0 19 8c2. Did you even know there was a volcano on the ABC series Lost? And it might have made a bigger impression — and led to a different series finale — if not for a small matter of money.

We have to go back concert 01. It wasn’t quite as traumatic as Oceanic Flight 815 ripping apart in the blue skies over the Pacific Ocean, but executive producer Carlton Cuse recalls a difficult landing process for the final stretch of Lost all the same. The Lost footage is being found! Netflix issued a statement pledging to restore the ABC hit’s series finale after co-creator Damon Lindelof publicly backed fan outcry over a heavily edited version being streamed by the company. A lengthy Reddit thread chronicled the changes. On September 22nd 2005, Lostpedia was created. That means it’s now 10 years old!

It was also the first anniversary of Lost, and the day after the much anticipated Season 2 premiere was aired. During the years that followed, Lostpedia grew into one of the biggest fansites about the TV series on the internet. And yeah, astonishingly people still think they were dead all along. Something really awful tends to happen when we lose someone we love—especially if the death itself didn’t play out exactly the way that we might have imagined. For a period of time, all we can think about is the end, about the death itself, about how the final weeks or days or moments that maybe didn’t exactly go how we had hoped. It’s time to do that for Lost.

Celebrating 10 Years of LOST – Share Your Story! Has it really been that long? I am of course talking about 10 years since the Lost Pilot first hit television screens and kick started a worldwide phenomenon. It was one of the most explosive TV pilots of all time, quite literally in the case of the opening sequence. The Community Portal, featuring the forums, chat, active projects, blog and help guides is a new user’s best friend. Help us by discussing renaming, merging or even deleting articles. Check out all the Theory Pages we have or create your own for existing articles.

Be sure to read the theory policy first though. Got an idea for something on the wiki? Not sure who to ask or how to go about implementing it? Check out Lostpedia:Ideas and post your ideas there. Want to contribute to areas of the site that are in need?

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