According to the FAO (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations), if the food that ends up being food waste were used, it could feed more than two billion people and could solve undernourishment worldwide. Furthermore, it is estimated that the production of these foods accounts for 8% of greenhouse gas emissions, consumes 30% of the land used for cultivation and 20% of fresh water, making it necessary to address food waste. through the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) of the United Nations.
Anafric cannot solve this serious problem. But it can help stop waste and raise awareness among all sectors involved in the food chain of the importance of carrying out actions that contribute to alleviating the burden of waste on the environment. Through the website anafriczero.anafric.es we want to raise awareness. And to do this, we publish advice, news and initiatives that involve four groups: restaurants, the home, work and food sales establishments.
Next Friday, September 29, coinciding with the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste, Anafric will present this website to its partners and to all those who want to join, through a webinar given by the Communication Department by Anafric. We will present AnafricZero, our campaign that will accompany all communications about waste.
Day: Septiember 29th
13.00h – 13.30h