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4. Store food in the right places (fridge shelfs or room tempreature)
5. Avoid clutter in the fridge, pantry and freezer
6. Donate to local food banks and farms
7. Canning & pickling
8. Using helpful apps and/or gadgets
10. Knowing the difference between Use By & Best Before
Which of these ways to reduce food waste have you already adopted, or are you willing to try?
Have you ever thought of the amount of food that is produced but never reaches our plates?
Cutting our food waste reduces poverty & hunger & ﬁghts climate change. Say NO 🚫 to Food Waste!
Cutting our food waste reduces poverty & hunger & ﬁghts climate change. Say NO 🚫 to food waste!
Hi from FAO!! Cutting our food waste reduces poverty & hunger & ﬁghts climate change. Say NO 🚫 to food waste!
👋 this is Luca from IOM/UN Migration! A few years ago, a group of female Syrian refugees came together and set up the Jeenda Sweet Factory in a displacement camp in Iraq. This is their story 🤗 https://storyteller.iom.int/stories/syrian-sweets
This is Lea from FAO (waving) The COVID-19 global health crisis has been a time to reflect on things we truly cherish and our most basic needs. These uncertain times have made many of us rekindle our appreciation for a thing that some take for granted and many go without: food (yellow_heart)
Hi everyone! 👋 Meet Hude, a Syrian refugee in Turkey who took a traditional cooking course at a Turkish Red Crescent Community Centre. This program has helped refugees and host communities to better integrate, develop different skills, and connecting each other through food 🧡🍛
Food And Agriculture Organization Water GIF by FAO - Find & Share on GIPHY
Each year 1/3 of all the food produced is lost or wasted. (stop_sign)Stop food loss and waste - for the people, for the planet. 👉 https://giphy.com/gifs/QNADnop9QOYsGcJsG4
On #WorldFoodDay, FAO is calling for global solidarity to help all populations, and especially the most vulnerable, to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and to make food systems more resilient and robust so they can withstand increasing volatility and climate shocks, deliver affordable and sustainable healthy diets for all, and decent livelihoods for food system workers. We are also giving thanks to the world’s #FoodHeroes who, produce, plant, harvest, fish or transport our food. No matter the circumstances, they continue to provide food to their communities and beyond - helping to grow, nourish and sustain our world. Grow, nourish, sustain. Together. Our Actions are our Future.
Eat locally and support local farmers this way
Redue food waste at home
Support food security and nutrition action in the developing world
Buy fair trade products
Be mindful of using water and other natural resources
What can we do to stop global hunger from further rising? 🤔💭
Hello! As we know already, a more sustainable approach towards our diet is one of the biggest shifts towards a positive change for the better. It affects our own health, the wellbeing of more vulnerable communities and our planet.
An important part of a more sustainable diet includes seasonal produce and an overall variety, too. The more inclusive we are of different foods, the better!
Take the "Picky Eater Test" - you score 1 point for every food you will not eat - and share your score by choosing one of the options below:
Hello! As we already know, a more sustainable approach towards our diet is one of the biggest shifts towards a positive change for the better. It affects our own health, the wellbeing of more vulnerable communities and our planet.
How can you be a food hero and fight hunger?
Three smart ways innovation is helping reduce food loss and waste
Three smart ways innovation is helping reduce food loss and waste (nerd)(like) On the first International Day of Awareness for Food Loss and Waste, let’s talk about solving the problem (banana)(grapes)(peach)(apple)(mushroom) https://bit.ly/3cFizEv
The first ever observance of the International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste (IDAFLW) will be held virtually on 29 September 2020, from 16:00 – 19.30 CEST. *Register to participate in the event via this link: bit.ly/2FZRfVW The event can be followed live through this link: bit.ly/2FZReBm
We are all together in this! At the World Food Day Talks (14 Oct.) renowned speakers from all over the world will share what 3 important values can bring into our lives, even in times of crisis. (muscle)Resilience Dominique Burgeon, Director of FAO’s Office of Emergencies and Resilience (earth)Sustainability Kristie Ebie, professor and researcher, the University of Washington (light_bulb)Innovation Alanna Koch, Board Chair, Global Institute for Food Security Join us here bit.ly/3lDvESj
This Friday is World Food Day and IFRC has prepared a series of stories around the 🌍 to raise awareness on the most pressing humanitarian issues through local foods, recipes and inspiring characters. We’ll share with you the best of Recipes for Resilience in the next few days, but in the meantime… Let’s see if you can catch in a screenshot the three goats 🎰 🐐🐐🐐 🎰
I did 💪🏽
It’s impossible 😂
Tried but it’s impossible
I did it 💪🏽
No way, it’s impossible 😂
Did you manage to get them? 🎰🐐🐐🐐🎰
An important part of a more sustainable diet includes local & seasonal produce and an overall variety, too. The more inclusive we are of different foods, the better!
Comfort After the Storm - Recipes of Resilience - RCRC magazine
Lovely’s restaurant is the go-to place for a great meal in the Bahamas 🐠! But it was almost lost after Hurricane Dorian hit the Caribbean country last year. With support of the Red Cross, Lovely’s Delight became one of the few places on Abaco Island to get a little comfort food after the storm. 🤗 https://bit.ly/318D5cp
Seaweed solutions - Recipes for resilience - RCRC magazine
Tomorrow is World Food Day! Families in Mindoro, Philippines, live from the harvest of seaweed Green salad 🥗 But severe storms and typhoons are threatening their source of income. After a typhoon hit the community, the Red Cross provided cash grants to seaweed farmers. Here's the story https://bit.ly/340XKAV
This #WorldFoodDay, we are celebrating our #FoodHeroes! 👩🏻🌾Farmers 🚛Food transporters 🏭Factory Workers 🛒Grocers 👨🏻🍳Cooks 👨👨👧👦Family members 👩🏼🦰 Friends 👨🏿You Anyone can be a food hero! Who is yours?
Houda's Dream - Recipes for Resilience - RCRC magazine - LBS
On World Food Day, we celebrate women like Houda. Before the war forced her to flee, Houda used to help her family in Syria by selling her delicious dishes to neighbours. She is one of the 3.6 million Syrian refugees that now live in Turkey. Houda enrolled in cooking classes at a community center run by the Turkish Red Crescent. Now she is making her way selling Turkish and Syrian delicacies 💜 https://bit.ly/3j33NJv
The lovely fruits and vegetables are back! (watermelon)(strawberry) For World Food Day, for a limited time, you can download the World Food Day sticker pack again. Now, it is time to reach out to everyone and wish them a (cherry) “Cherry good day!” (cherry) with a sticker on Viber!