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Reducing Food Waste: Partners Join Forces in the Fight!

In a collective effort to tackle the pressing issue of food waste, the partners of the UglyFruitsNot project have completed a significant milestone. The completion of ‘’The UglyFruitsNOT! State-of-the-art Report’’ marks an important step forward in their mission to promote sustainable food management practices. 

The deliverable, a comprehensive state-of-the-art report, is the result of extensive research conducted by the partners in their respective countries. Through meticulous examination, they have gathered valuable insights on food waste, including legislative measures, innovative approaches, and organizations and companies leading the charge against this global phenomenon.

To ensure a holistic understanding, a field survey was conducted, reaching out to industry professionals and stakeholders. The questionnaire, published and distributed within the sector, garnered valuable data and opinions. The survey results have been thoughtfully incorporated into the state-of-the-art report, enriching its depth and relevance. 

The commitment to inclusivity shines through as the report will be translated into all the languages of the consortium and made available on the project’s platform. This accessibility ensures that knowledge and best practices can be shared and implemented across borders. 

Furthermore, the project has embraced the power of social media. Dedicated social media channels have been created to amplify the project’s message and engage a wider audience. By harnessing the reach and connectivity of these platforms, the PR1 project is fostering a vibrant community of change-makers and advocates for sustainable food management. 

With each milestone reached, this project moves closer to its ultimate goal of reducing food waste and promoting sustainable practices. This collaborative effort is a testament to the power of research, knowledge sharing, and collective action in driving positive change for our planet and future generations.

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