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It’s no secret that people are buying more online and less in-store but it’s not a result of COVID-19 (though that’s accelerated the trend). Rather than starting a few months back, this was already a well-established trend that has been building from long before the World had heard of COVID-19. 
The issue of food waste has been a hot topic for years with consumers, retailers and manufacturers. With the world’s population forecasted to reach 9 billion by 2050, the demand for food and how to reduce waste is set to intensify. It’s estimated that 24% of this food waste can be attributed to two key factors: human error (10.9%) and product change (13%). 

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In the UK alone, more than 10 million tonnes of food is wasted from farm to fork, worth over £20 billion a year. How can we reduce this problem? Let's discuss.

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