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Food Waste Prevention and  the $700 Billion Opportunity.

Situation, Circularity, Metrics and Innovations
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The team at LightBlue is at the vanguard of one of the world's biggest issues - food waste!
Their passion and professionalism in being the driving force behind raising awareness, sharing knowledgedeveloping monitoring and evaluation techniques and helping governments and the private sector take significant steps forwards is second to none. Anyone who works in the field of sustainability should consider working closely with LightBlue.
Libby Owen-Edmunds
Senior Tourism Specialist at IFC Myanmar

100% were satisfied or very satisfied with the interventions of the instructors 


91% want to recommend this workshop to colleagues or relatives 


100% found the content of the course useful or very useful

Designed on 7 years of hands-on experience & knowledge building

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Live & interactive delivery, with maximum 25 participants! 

Why this course?

One third of all the food produced for human consumption is wasted every year. These 1.3 billion tons of food would be enough to feed 3 billion people. This situation is an absurdity when considering that over 820 million people are suffering from hunger (WHO). Food waste has also a huge environmental impact, knowing the carbon, water, chemical and land footprint of agriculture. From an economic perspective, the BCG estimates that this global food waste issue is worth $1.2 trillion but also represents a $700 billion opportunity.


LightBlue’s mission is to reconcile business excellence and sustainability and outstanding ROI. We have gained a unique expertise on food waste prevention through 7 years of relentless efforts. We are convinced that awareness-raising and capacity building is key to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Preventing food waste is one of the most effective solutions to fight climate change, this is why we want to share our expertise and insights to equip professionals with new skills, in-depth knowledge and practical methodologies and tools to take action and broaden the impact.

What will you learn?

Upon completing this Program, you will be able to :


  • Approach food waste as a systemic issue

  • Recognize and describe the main food waste generation points along the supply chain

  • Interpret performance metrics used in measuring the food efficiency of F&B operations

  • Gather and interpret food waste data

  • Use and apply tools and techniques in order to minimize food waste in F&B operations

  • Make informed recommendations

  • Apply Zero Food Waste to Landfill principles

  • Learn to use and prioritize Food Waste Solutions based on the Pyramid

  • Identify relevant food waste solution providers

Participants to the Full Course will get access to experts' studies, researches, case-studies, open-source videos, reports and countless articles, enabling them to further dig into each specific angles covered.

About this course

This course covers why food waste as a topic has evolved from absent to predominant, not only as a 1.2 trillion dollars global issue in the context of climate change and growing populations (BCG 2018), but as an outstanding opportunity to impact both the sustainability performance and the profitability of players across the supply chain.