Harnessing Consumers & Communities to Help Meet U.S. Food Waste Reduction Goals

Columbus, Ohio
Friday, August 26, 2016
Harnessing Consumers & Communities to Help Meet U.S. Food Waste Reduction Goals
Friday, August 26, 2016 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Eastern Time)

Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
2201 Fred Taylor Drive
Bob Evans Memorial Auditorium
Columbus, Ohio 43210
United States

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The ​Harnessing ​Consumers ​& ​Communities ​to ​Help ​Meet ​U.S. ​Food ​Waste ​Reduction ​Goals ​Conference ​and ​Webinar ​will ​bring ​together ​those ​interested ​in ​reducing ​and ​redirecting ​food ​waste ​in ​their ​own ​communities. 

The ​morning ​will ​be available to webinar and in-person participants and will feature ​national ​and ​local ​experts ​sharing ​emerging ​insights ​into ​current ​trends ​and ​best ​practices ​concerning ​how ​to ​help ​consumers ​and ​communities ​reduce ​food ​waste ​and ​divert ​food ​waste ​from ​landfills ​in ​support ​of ​the ​United ​States’ ​first-ever ​national ​food ​waste ​reduction ​goals, ​which ​calls ​for ​a ​50% ​reduction ​in ​food ​waste ​by ​2030 ​by ​forming ​a ​broad ​and ​inclusive ​public-private ​partnership. ​ 

The ​afternoon ​will be available for in-person participants only and will ​feature ​ample ​opportunity ​for ​participants ​to ​discuss ​current ​or ​potential ​waste ​reduction ​or ​redirection ​programs ​in ​their ​own ​communities ​and ​organizations. ​ 

Participants ​will ​be ​able ​to ​ask ​questions ​from ​a ​panel ​of ​experts ​about ​these ​programs ​and ​discuss ​possible ​collaboration ​with ​researchers ​to ​help ​implement ​and/or ​evaluate ​community ​or ​organizational ​programs. 

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