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End of the "Distribution Days": Project against food waste has been stopped
After our first call, our working group “Political work” at Foodsharing Luxembourg received interesting input. In addition to the situation in canteens and shops, we were e.g. told that subsidies are paid for the sowing of potatoes, not for harvesting them, and thus for reasons of profitability they often rot away meaninglessly on the fields. As your insight into different areas is really helpful for our work to improve the national legislation on food loss and waste, we extend our call.
Where do you see problems in the system? Are you aware of mistakes that lead to waste? Please contact us by November 6 at email@example.com.
All entries are processed anonymously.
We need you!
The working group “Political Work” of Foodsharing Luxembourg is currently working on demands for an improvement of the national legislation on food loss and waste. The starting point should be an inventory.
For this, we would like your help! Where do the problems in the system lie? Are you aware of current failings that lead to food loss or food waste? Do you see patterns or contradictions in your everyday life, at work or at home that lead to waste?
Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 October.
All submissions will be processed anonymously.
(United Nations, UNRIC) [in French]
“On the occasion of the International Food Loss and Waste Awareness Day, various associations in the Benelux region and France explain to us how they help to limit this waste”
300 tons of rescued food in three years, but Foodsharing Luxembourg says redistribution is a sticking plaster on a broken system -Luxembourg Times
(article in Luxembourgish)
Foodsharing Luxembourg does! Since it was established by a
group of friends in August 2019 it has saved 356 tonnes of
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(article in Luxembourgish)
The Foodsharing Luxembourg initiative has been trying for three years to save food that supermarkets, shops and producers would otherwise throw away. The food is collected and distributed by so-called “Foodsavers” – either to people for whom the ecological aspect is important or who may not be doing so well financially.radio 100,7 (original quote in Luxembourgish)
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