The Harvard Food Law and Policy Clinic has been working hard to help solve the problem of food waste. They write that about 40 percent of food produced in the United States is wasted each year. The Federal government estimates that each household of four wastes about 2 million calories each year. Politicians, chefs, activists, and industry are working on the problem, but what is to be done? Some thoughts on how law can hurt or help over at Time.com:
How Law Can Hurt and Help Food Waste
“Natural” meat products, Maryland’s oyster protection efforts, and Winning on Reducing Food Waste Month! This week’s news was all about, well, food!read more
In this week’s news, the Trump Administration got sued (twice), and the first state is ready to ban Styrofoam.read more
This week’s events show just how powerful a role mother nature plays in our food, for better or worse.read more
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