Radio Australia talks food waste with Nourishing the Planet’s Danielle Nierenberg

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Recently Radio Australia, the international radio program of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, interviewed Nourishing the Planet director Danielle Nierenberg. The interview focused on food waste in both developing and developed countries.

Proper storage solutions can ensure food is eaten instead of thrown away (Photo Credit: Bernard Pollack)

In the developed world, we throw away food that’s perfectly good before we ever have a chance to eat it. In the developing world, lack of resources, such as proper storage devices, results in harvest losses. Bumpy roads and a lack of refrigeration mean the building up of infrastructure is key to providing food security in the developing world.

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