Results from Guelph Food Waste Study

This is a newsletter highlighting some of the important findings from the Guelph Food Waste research.  More detailed analysis will be forthcoming soon.

Guelph Food Waste Project newsletter final

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1 thought on “Results from Guelph Food Waste Study

  1. I think it would be a very good idea if grocery stores had a section for seniors – where they could buy half a cauliflower, cabbage, or smaller amounts of food. The details are too specific for me to mention here. I am a senior and, if I buy a cauliflower, for example, half of it will be thrown away because it goes bad before I can eat all of it. Also, companies such as Campbells, should produce smaller cans of their products – it seems as if they just cater to [large] families most of the time! In a nutshell, my message is: seniors, especially single ones, need smaller amounts of food and should be able to buy them so that they don’t waste what they have bought.

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