Using consumer education campaigns to raise awareness and prevent food waste

Official resource title: Consumer Education Campaigns

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This web page explains the potential benefits of large-scale consumer education campaigns to reduce food waste. It provides actions nonprofit organizations, local governments and businesses can make to raise awareness and educate consumers about ways to reduce food waste.

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Consumer Education Campaigns

Contact information

Rethink Food Waste Through Economics and Data (ReFed)
Berkeley, California
United States
Website: https://www.refed.com/

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Organizations and groups

  • Community group
  • Government
  • Business (including non-profit organizations)
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