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Australian Industry Food Waste Training Needs Analysis 2020

The purpose of the Australian industry food waste training needs analysis is to first understand what business-related food waste training options are currently available both in Australia and overseas. This then informs the identification of the gaps in food waste...

A thriving, efficient and sustainable food industry is central to Australia’s economy, regional job security and prosperity, yet 25% of all the food we produce goes to waste.

A CRC to secure Australia’s food future

The Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre brings together industry, research, and the community.

Our vision is an Australia without food waste.

Winning this fight will save Australia $20 billion per annum; it will reduce food waste, increase industry profitability, and improve food rescue to deliver economic, social, and environmental benefits for Australia.

Through our three research and development programs, we will ENGAGE with industry and consumers to REDUCE food waste across the supply chain and TRANSFORM unavoidable waste into innovative products.

Value-chain Food Waste/Losses in Australia: $20 Billion per Annum

FIGHT FOOD WASTE CRC PARTICIPANTS

43 Industry Partners

8 University Partners

8 State Agencies

FIGHT FOOD WASTE CRC CONTRIBUTIONS

The CRC Program supports industry-led collaborations between industry, researchers and the community.
The CRC has funding for 10 years until 2028.

Total Cash
Commitments

Total staff in-kind (216 FTEs)

Total non staff
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CRC program
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Our big ‘kit’ food packaging and processing machinery companies have an opportunity to reduce #FoodWaste. We’re working with @appma to uncover more from their members about the capabilities of their equipment https://t.co/Ud9MyAzsUi https://t.co/PFPwMc5lug FoodWasteCRC photo
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