It’s always nice to learn about food waste in a country we don’t often hear from. Today, we see a study on food waste in Finland.
Three quick thoughts on the report:
- Finns waste less food than most Europeans/North Americans.
- Finnish households produce more waste than any other sector (30-40 percent of the waste). But…I’m not sure if the study accounts for farm level waste. Food grown but not harvested usually tops home waste, but isn’t always counted in these studies.
- I love how the study transforms food waste into its environmental impact. About 1 percent of Finnish greenhouse gas emissions come from food waste.