Benefits & Trade-offs of Food Waste-to-Feed Pathways
July 12, 2021
Monica McBride, World Wildlife Fund
Cristobal Loyola, Quantis International
Christina Papadimitriou, Quantis International
Paul Patterson, Pennsylvania State University
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As part of its No Food Left Behind series, WWF, in partnership with Quantis, Penn State University, and with support and data sharing from several other farms, universities, and retailers, explored three different pathways of transforming food waste into feed for egg-laying hens and compared them to standard feed production.
The purpose of the research is to examine the environmental impacts, benefits, and tradeoffs of how more waste would get turned into livestock feed to create more circular food systems.
Please contact Monica McBride for more information.