Attend the WasteExpo Food Recovery Forum where you can learn ways to solve the social and environmental issues of wasted food as well as means to profit from the recovery and reuse of food waste.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, particularly when it applies to food waste. The opportunity has never been greater to recover and reuse it responsibly—and profitably.
How can this be done? Attend the WasteExpo Food Recovery Forum to learn about the latest techniques and technologies from the foremost experts in the field. They will share strategies to develop a more sustainable food system and means for using data to drive food waste reduction… and more. Think of this as food for the thoughtful.
Presentations at the award-winning Food Recovery Forum focus on successful initiatives and model programs to educate attendees and to help expand the significant efforts being undertaken to reduce food waste and increase food recovery for beneficial reuse. Much of the content is directed toward generators of food waste, e.g., restaurants, groceries, institutions, food retailers and wholesalers as well as the public sector and government officials who are responsible for developing and implementing policy for residential and commercial food waste diversion and recovery programs.