Risk of food losses and potential of food recovery for social purposes.

  title={Risk of food losses and potential of food recovery for social purposes.},
  author={B. Bilska and M. Wrzosek and D. Kołożyn-Krajewska and K. Krajewski},
  journal={Waste management},
  • B. Bilska, M. Wrzosek, +1 author K. Krajewski
  • Published 2016
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Waste management
  • All entities of the food supply chain should be responsible for counteracting food waste, therefore a need arises for joint initiatives in this area. To reduce food waste, businesses should be supported with a number of procedures for the efficient use of food for social purposes that shall be consistent with the law in force. Although they can bring about some losses, the following factors neither pose a threat to human health nor affect the donation of food for social purposes: wrong… CONTINUE READING
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