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  • Love food! Hate Waste !! No food Waste Campaign SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust1 www.nofoodwaste.in
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  • SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethens Trust 2 www.nofoodwaste.in An initiative of SPiCE and Ethan's Charitable trust
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  • flour from the USA mozzarella cheese and tomatoes from Italy black pepper from India olives from Greece 1,000 miles 5,000 miles 5,400 miles 1,500 miles Where does Dominos pizza come from? pineapple from Kenya 4,500 miles SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust 3 www.nofoodwaste.in
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  • How much food is thrown away by schools in the India (estimated )? each year? a.5,770 tonnes b.30,10 tonnes c. 110,000 tonnes d. 8,3000,000 tonnes www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • How much food is thrown away by schools in the India? each year? a.5,770 tones b.30,10 tonnes c. 110,000 tonnes d. 8,3000,000 tonnes www.nofoodwaste.in5 SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • How much food and drink is thrown away by india households each year? a.1.4 million tonnes b.3.2 million tonnes c. 5.7 million tonnes d. 7.2 million tonnes www.nofoodwaste.in6 SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • How much food and drink is thrown away by india Households each year? a.1.4 million tonnes b. 3.2 million tonnes c. 5.7 million tonnes d. 7.2 million tonnes! www.nofoodwaste.in7 SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • The same as 9 Wembley stadiums filled to the brim! 8 www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • Why worry about wasting food? a.Hydrogen b. Oxygen c. Methane d. Ammonia 9 www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • Why worry about wasting food? a.Hydrogen b. Oxygen c. Methane! d. Ammonia 10 www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • If people in the India stopped wasting food, the impact would be the equivalent of .. a.Taking 1 in 10 cars off the road b.Taking 1 in 5 cars off the road c.Taking 1 in 20 cars off the road www.nofoodwaste.in11 www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust
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  • If people in the India stopped wasting food, the impact would be the equivalent of .. a.Taking 1 in 10 cars off the road b.Taking 1 in 5 cars off the road c.Taking 1 in 20 cars off the road www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust 12 www.nofoodwaste.in
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  • Buy too much Not planning meals in advance Not shopping to a list Tempted by 2 for 1 specials and deals in store Cook too much Desire to have more than not enough Serving incorrect portion sizes Family members dont finish their meals Poor storage of food Forgetting about food and leftovers in the fridge/freezer Unsure how to store food effectively Leaving food in its original packaging Why do we waste food
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  • The problem of food waste in India India, the worlds largest producer of milk and the second-largest producer of fruits and vegetables, is also one of the biggest food wasters in the world wasting INR 440 billion worth of fruits, vegetables and grains every year The challenge of feeding Indias billion plus people is not really about agriculture and food production but getting the food to the people. The biggest contributors to waste are the lack of refrigerated transport and adequate high quality cold storage facilities for both food manufacturers and food sellers
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  • A survey shows that annually, Bangalore alone wastes 943 tones of quality food weddings. "This is enough to feed 2.6 crore people a normal Indian meal," survey of Bangalore's 531 marriage halls over a period of six months. "About 84,960 marriages are held at 531 kalyana mantapas (marriage halls) in Bangalore every year. About 943 tones of quality food is wasted in these halls annually. At an average cost of Rs 40 per meal, the total food wastage in the city is estimated at Rs 339 crore Example Bangalore City
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  • www.nofoodwaste.in SPiCE - spice.edu.in & Ethan's Trust 16 www.nofoodwaste.in LETS BE THE CHANGE And Bring the Change