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Blogs are short and often responsive pieces of writing, ideally produced quickly and intended to provoke thought, discussion or action. A blog is a place to express new ideas to the digital world, to be shared across socials and to interact with new audiences.
If you are interested, then please contact FFW CRC Communication Manager Tanya Wilkins with your idea.
Did you know that we’ve combined our newsletter with our friends at Stop Food Waste Australia? It now includes our latest research as well as the implementation of the Australian Food Pact and sector action plans by Stop Food Waste Australia!
Tanya Wilkins, the Fight Food Waste CRC’s Communication Manager has tendered her resignation. Tanya was our initial Communication Manager and her experience and passion for fighting food waste has been especially beneficial during our formative years as we built our...
Are you interested in creating industry relationships across the agri-food supply chain to attract industry co-funding towards suitable food waste R&D projects?
What Vice Chancellor visit is complete without one of our famous carrot cushions?
Stop Food Waste Australia is an independent long-term partnership that reduces food waste and food insecurity, drives innovation, and improves the Australian food system’s productivity and resilience.
Brisbane-based, we’re looking for the right person to drive the setup, establishment and execution of new partnerships and food waste projects to help us and Queensland Government achieve the desired investment goals, project outcomes and industry impacts.
The Fight Food Waste Cooperative Research Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of Ms Francesca Goodman-Smith to the role of TRANSFORM Program Leader to drive growth in transforming food waste into higher value products, effective 6 April 2021.
Are you interested in working for us in a part time role, particularly to drive our socials, get more people reading this newsletter, as well as writing, editing, events, videos, media and more!
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