Save Food, Share Food, Share Joy in an initiative to promote food donation and curb food waste & food loss in the country. The platform serves a network of the Food Collection Agencies and brings together Food businesses, Corporates, Civil Society Organizations, Citizens, Volunteers, Government and Local bodies to work in sync with each other to prevent food loss or waste throughout the supply chain, from production to household consumption.
The Indian Food Sharing Alliance, (IFSA) is a social initiative by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) to help solve India’s food waste and hunger crisis by integrating various partner organizations, Food Recovery Agencies and NGO’s.
Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) plays a key role not only in food safety and hygiene but also in ensuring availability of wholesome food and encouraging citizens to eat the right foods. Therefore, the aim of FSSAI via IFSA is primarily to :
There is a distinction between food loss, food waste and food surplus; these terms are often confused with one another
Examples of recyclable food waste: Vegetables, meat, flour, rice, bread, egg shells and tea leaves, etc.
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