Approximately one in three food calories globally is wasted between “farm and fork.” Food spoilage and waste occurs during crop growth, harvesting and processing; in retail and restaurants; and in the home. As a result, millions of tons of food waste are generated annually, with the majority ending up in landfills or incinerators. In the United States, food scraps represent more than 14 percent of the total municipal solid waste stream. Such waste means the loss of a tremendous amount of potential value.
Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc. and corporate sustainability consultancy SustainAbility are to collaborate on the further development of the coffee company's corporate social responsibility program.
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