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Calls to cut food waste in Wales

The amount of food waste that Wales produces is staggering and needs to be reduced, according to the Minister for the Environment, Sustainability and Housing Jane Davidson.Speaking at the Waste in Wales conference on May 14, Davidson said: The amount of food waste produced by householders in Wales is simply staggering around 330,000 tonnes per annum. Of this figure it is estimated that 61% is avoidable, that is 178,000 tonnes per annum.The average household ...

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