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Food waste can be defined in many ways, however, considering the industry sectors the FWRA
represents, a broad definition is required: “Any solid or liquid food substance, raw or cooked, which
is discarded, or intended or required to be discarded. Food waste is the organic residue generated
by the processing, handling, storage, sale, preparation, cooking, and serving of foods.” The initial
scope of work was designed to focus on manufacturing and processing; transportation, and food
sales (in store and in restaurant) of food products. Parts of the value chain specifically excluded were
agricultural food production and consumer behavior in home with understanding that we would first
aim to understand and tackle issues where the FWRA member companies can make the biggest
impact. The FWRA plans to address agricultural production and in-home waste issues in the future.
Learn more about the Food Waste Reduction Alliance at http://www.foodwastealliance.org/
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