Kelly Hensel

Kelly Hensel

food waste“I think that everyone assumes food waste is something that other people do,” says Clementine O’Connor program officer - Sustainable Food Systems at the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). “Food waste is something that everyone does and that everyone could do better at reducing.” And while it is going to take everyone—from the individual to the country level—to make a difference, it is key to remember that the impact of food loss and waste is va…

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    Kelly Hensel is deputy managing editor, print & digital, of Food Technology magazine ([email protected]).
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