Unilever case studies | ‘Food Waste Warriors’

With food waste as high as 50% in parts of the food service sector, Unilever – as part of its commitment to see zero good food going to landfill and no good food destroyed – is helping its Unilever Food Solutions customers to take positive preventative food waste action using smart technology.

Every day, 2.5 billion people use Unilever products. With more than 400 brands bought in 190 countries, it has a unique opportunity to work with consumers to make sustainable living commonplace. In these case studies, Unilever looks at some of its recent waste initiatives and the results yielded.

Too good to go partnership helps slash food service waste

How we’re enabling our customers to turn potential food waste into income. According to the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) 11% of all greenhouse gas emissions that come from the food system could be reduced if we stopped wasting food.

Hellmann’s inspires consumers to ‘make taste not waste’

How Hellmann’s is combating food waste in the home by helping people become more resourceful with their food. Household food waste is a pressing issue. It generates 40% of all food lost and destroyed globally , making domestic food waste the biggest contributor to food waste across the whole food chain.

Cremissimo proves ‘waste’ makes for delicious taste

How Unilever is innovating to combat food waste in the production process. In Germany 18% of all food waste happens during the production process

Smart waste measurement empowers positive waste impact

How we’re combatting food loss through innovative technology use 1.3 billion tonnes of food is wasted every year. Every day of inaction we sleepwalk our way through 3.6 million tonnes of food waste.

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