07/08/2018“Fixing Food Waste: What does it take?” This was the theme that UN Environment chose to unite high-profile guests, who focused on this topic in a panel discussion on 17 June.
13/06/2018Experts from Industry, Associations and NGOs shed Light on Food Losses and Waste from Different Perspectives
05/02/2018Lidl Deutschland is the first retail company on board
17/05/2017Messe Düsseldorf and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) have agreed on continuing their cooperation for the coming years as part of the SAVE FOOD Initiative.
12/10/2016• Spanish minister and employees from the French Ministry of Agriculture are further high-calibre political representatives among the delegates • Approx. 300 guests from industry, associations, political circles and NGOs discussed on food losses and waste
26/07/2016Spanish Exporters and Investors Club along with business association AECOC/GS1 Spain as co-organizer Top-ranking speakers from the primary sector, (packaging) industry, retail and politics
23/05/2016FAO examines the reasons and mechanisms of food loss in chickpeas, mangos, milk and rice The United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) is carrying out extensive studies on the topic of food losses in various districts of India between May and July 2016. This was made possible by the membership fees of the SAVE FOOD Initiative.
13/05/2015Youssou N’Dour: “Voice of Africa” to open second international SAVE FOOD Congress With Youssou N’Dour, the “voice of Africa,” the second international SAVE FOOD Congress has gained a keynote speaker who is as famous as he is committed.
13/05/2015International SAVE FOOD congress launched in Düsseldorf Düsseldorf, 17 May. Responding to an invitation by Messe Düsseldorf and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, international stakeholders from politics, business and the general public came together yesterday and today at the SAVE FOOD congress to find solutions to fight global food loss.
13/05/201540% of all foods produced in the less developed countries spoil every day before they reach the consumers. This is a little less than half of all available foods in those countries, and it also has consequences for the scarce local resources, such as land, water and energy. These “investments” are thus also irretrievably lost.