Lesson 5: Others campaigns

  • ‘Do good: Save food!’ is a collaborative initiative between the IFWC and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation. It aims to reduce food loss and waste in primary and secondary schools by educating students and changing their everyday habits, measuring and reducing waste in canteens and kitchens, and by bringing together all players in the school catering value chain to drive down food waste and reassert the value of food.
  • Name of organisation : International Food Waste Coalition
  • Contact email: thomas.candeal@internationalfoodwastecoalition.org
  • Further information: https://internationalfoodwastecoalition.org/do-good-save-food/
  • Date of publication: 2019-09-03
  • HelloFresh and Thünen-Institut explain their common investigation of the potential of alternative shelf life information to reduce food waste in private households. For this purpose, 1,589 customers participated in a survey on the understanding of a time-temperature indicator on a salmon package and the resulting possible changes in behaviour. The short video explains the background, goals and implementation of the demonstration project conducted within the framework of the Dialogue Forum on Wholesale and Retail for the Reduction of Food Waste in Germany.
  • Name of organisation : Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP)
  • Contact email: nora.brueggemann@cscp.org
  • Further information: https://www.zugutfuerdietonne.de/strategie/dialogforen/gross-und-einzelhandel/
  • Date of publication: 2022-07-01
  • “What if nature returns everything we throw away during the Holidays? Don’t let your celebrations go to waste.” IKEA, 3109 products for more sustainable life at home. Every Christmas and New Year, people around the world throw away tons of food, harming nature. For Christmas 2020, IKEA encourages us to behave responsibly: this season please throw away less food, and save more. In a wonderful, powerful and spectacular film, IKEA Russia makes giant pieces of wasted food fall from the sky to raise awareness on this terrible matter.
  • Name of organisation : IKEA
  • Advertising Agency: Instinct BBDO
  • Further information: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxhK0OudN58
  • Date of publication: 27-11-2020
  • In 2017, IKEA set a goal to reduce production of food waste in all IKEA stores globally by 50% by the end of FY20. While the company did not reach that goal, IKEA did achieve some great results and implemented food waste solutions in more than 60% of all stores globally, resulting in an average waste reduction of 32%. That equals more than 10 million meals not wasted. Everyday IKEA is diminishing food waste and the ambition is now to diminish the production food waste by 50% by the end of 2022 in all IKEA stores globally.
  • Name of organisation : IKEA
  • Further information: https://about.ikea.com/en/sustainability/healthy-and-sustainable-living/reducing-food-waste
  • Date of publication: 2017
  • The Dastak brand makes an advertising spot about food waste, and the importance of not throwing food away, taking into account our schedule, going out to restaurants, and above all, sharing resources.
  • Name of organisation : Dastak
  • Date of publication: 2019
  • Stop Food Waste Day is the largest single day of action in the fight against food waste. Started in 2017 by Compass Group USA, Stop Food Waste Day is now recognised globally in every corner of the world as we unite to educate and ignite change.Our mission at Stop Food Waste Day is to ignite change regarding the global food waste issue. We do this by drawing attention to the problem, at the same time educating through engaging with society at all levels and sharing practical, creative, and impactful ways we can all change our behaviour to minimise food waste.It’s easy for everyone to get involved with reducing the impact of food waste, not just on Stop Food Waste Day, but day in, day out – both in our personal and professional lives.
  • Name of organisation : Compass Group USA
  • Date of publication: 2017

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