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How can we reduce food waste in the world?

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One of the main reasons why people waste food is because they don't have access to food, they don't have a place to store it, they don't have a place to sell it, they don't have a place to donate it to.
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The World Bank is committed to reducing food waste through effective policies, research and funding. Food waste is the biggest single source of greenhouse gas emissions in the world. The World Bank is working on new strategies to reduce food waste, and to help countries to reduce their food waste. We are also committed to providing financial support to countries that reduce food waste.
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In general, we can make food more expensive. We can increase the price of food, which means that people have to spend more money on food. We can also make it harder for people to afford to eat. The food industry is made up of a lot of very small companies. These companies have a lot of power and influence. We need to change the way that we
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In the US, more than 40% of all food is wasted in the US. That means that the US wastes more than 2 billion pounds of food each year. That is more than twice the amount of food that is wasted in the UK. In the UK, food is wasted because there are simply not enough stores to go around
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The main solution is to increase the efficiency of food production. The most efficient way to produce food is to grow more food. If we want to produce more food in less time, we need to grow more food. However, there is a major problem with this approach:  It is very expensive
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A lot of people are working on this. It is called the Zero Hunger Initiative. The initiative is a set of principles that the U.N. General Assembly adopted in 2000. It states that food should not be wasted
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If we can find a way to reduce the amount of food that goes to waste, we can reduce the amount of resources that we use to grow that food. In this way, we can reduce the amount of food that ends up in the landfills
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