By Dana Dübbers, Laura Hornberger and Vincent Leb
Different studies show that up to half of the world’s food production is in fact never eaten and therefore lost. The land area used to produce uneaten food is approximately the size of China. This means with every dish that gets thrown away tons of water and resources are wasted. If only one-fourth of the food lost or wasted globally was consumed, 870 million people currently starving could be fed.
But what can the average citizen do about this issue?
See how Bill learns to prevent food waste.
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