*Why the 29th? Well, that’s the UN’s International Day of Awareness of Food Loss & Waste – what a tongue twister.
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Sources: United Nations Environment Programme, Food Index Report 2021 / Love Food Hate Waste, Scotland 2021 / Kore Haikai – Zero Hunger Collective Aotearoa, NZ 2021 / The RaboBank-KiwiHarvest Food Waste Survey NZ, April 2022
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(*Well, it’s officially called the UN’s International Day of Awareness of Food Loss & Waste but that’s a real tongue twister.)
Countdown is committed to zero waste to landfill by 2025. Every Countdown across Aotearoa donates surplus food to their local food rescue partner. They’ve also created The Odd Bunch range – selling produce that might otherwise have been binned due to teeny imperfections.
5+ A Day encourages Kiwis to eat five or more servings of fresh vegetables and two servings of fruit every day for good health. 5+ A Day supports food rescue organisations with locally grown, seasonal fruit and vegetables during lockdowns.
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