All aspects (measurement, impacts (on environment, climate change, economics, food security, socially), causes, solutions) are equally relevant, but the most important and difficult to address is the quantitative measurement of food loss and waste at national level and sector level.
Research and trials of FLW measurement.
Yes, various methodologies to assess and measure FLW have been developed and are being piloted in real situations. However, these trials are very expensive and funding is lacking to do it at the desired scale.
National committees on FLW reduction, comprising of public and private stakeholders who take the lead in addressing the issue at national sector and subsector level.
Promote and coordinate initiatives everywhere in the world, stimulate collaboration and give guidance on methodology, strategy and policy development.