Pilots

Education and Tools to manage fluxes of resources in the  “Circular Food Chain”: Training public and private officers on strategies to reduce our “food print” and food waste.


EAT Circular implements a twelve-months education action to help to orientate POs among rules, tools, opportunities and barriers about food loss and waste management and prevention at the food service level, raising awareness and capacity to elaborate effective and country-specific policy recommendations, such as, for instance, climate-aware procurement rules.

Topics covered by the training session include policy, best practices, processes, business model and technologies to measure food waste/surplus, “divert” it, and avoid disposal.

Visit the "EAT Circular” website for more information.

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