10 common misconceptions on food waste

Posted by Erna Klupacs / 11-Nov-2015

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In the past two years we have helped over 150 professional kitchens measure and manage food waste. We came across the same misconceptions about waste over and over again:

“We don’t have food waste“,

“Food waste is unavoidable“,

“Tracking food waste takes too much time“, and so on.

 These misconceptions have meant people are hesitant to take action and reduce their food waste. We are here to break down these misconceptions.

For the third guide in our ten part mini-series on waste, Winnow has collaborated with The British Hospitality Association (BHA) and Specialist Waste Recycling (SWR) to expose the 10 most common misconceptions and share top tips on how to solve waste challenges.

Check out ‘Waste Misconceptions: Guide No. 3’ and find practical solutions to help your business save profit, time, resources, and waste.

Are there other misconceptions you have encountered around food waste? We would love to hear from you! Send us an email us at info@winnowsolutions.com

Also, check our first two guides with tips on how to motivate your team to reduce food waste and some quick wins on how to reduce waste to save money.

Mini guide to help professional kitchens to drive revenue and reduce costs

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