WRAP targets 3.6 million tonne farm food waste mountain

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WRAP targets 3.6 million tonne farm food waste mountain

Waste advisors have stepped up efforts to slash food wasted on farms through new guidance launched for growers

Farmers are being offered access to new support to help them measure food surpluses and waste, and identify how best to cut it, following the publication of expanded guidance from waste advisory body WRAP....

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