Food waste costs the world $1 trillion annually

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There is currently enough food to feed every man, woman, and child on the planet. However, nearly one-third of all food produced each year is wasted or spoiled before being consumed. Food waste and food loss have a significant impact on global warming.

When food is thrown away, it rots and emits greenhouse gases that harm the environment. Every year, 3 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases are emitted as a result of food waste. Food is much more than the price we pay for it. Cropway understands the significance of a world with limited resources. We work towards a healthier and better food management system with the help of technology.

By throwing out food, we squander time, money, effort, and valuable resources like water, seeds, and animal feed, among others ,as well as the resources used in its transportation and processing.

Simply said, food waste raises greenhouse gas emissions and plays a role in climate change.

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