Review of literature on food waste
A systematic literature review on food waste/loss prevention and Food waste matters - A systematic review of household food (PDF) Food Loss and Food Waste: A Literature Review in Food waste matters - A systematic review of household food This review of literacy is carried out in order to determine the extent to which research on food loss and food waste is carried out and the use of what. With the goal of filling this gap, this paper aims to compile and gather food waste and loss prevention and minimization methods to support decision-makers and other stakeholders along the food chain. Through a systematic literature review, we have outlined research findings and empirical studies on food waste and loss prevention and minimization methods previously. Through a systematic literature review, we have outlined research findings and empirical studies on food waste and loss prevention and minimization methods previously published, studied, implemented, and discussed in the scientific literature worldwide. A sample of 84 articles was analyzed. Tatano et al. (2017) argued that food waste per employee was lower among larger restaurants. Katajajurri et al. (2014) also reiterated that the purpose of a meal and the restaurant’s business model (menu types) is a necessary determinant in identifying the amount of waste produced by restaurants.
Originality/value To the best of the authors’ knowledge, the current study was the first systematic literature review to examine the extent of social marketing application in food waste programs reported in peer-reviewed academic literature. Systematic literature review of best practice in food waste reduction programs Authors: Jeawon Kim Green Technology Center Korea Sharyn Rundle-Thiele Griffith University Kathy Knox Griffith... Keywords - Food waste, supply chain, literature review . 1. INTRODUCTION. Food waste is a removed food and no longer feasible to be consumed by humans because of the damage or other causes. While food wastage includes both, food lost and food waste (Parfitt et al. 2010). In general, wasted food is not used can be called food loss or food wastage. According to the. The contributions provided by this systematic literature review are two-fold: first, it helps to identify gaps in scholarly evidence which still need to be filled to further grow the knowledge-base on food waste behaviour; second, it provides a knowledge repertoire and thus guidance for evidence-based management and policy-making which can potentially improve. The behavioural aspects helping increase or reduce food waste have remained confined mainly to norms regarding and attitudes towards waste, with various factors (e.g. preferences, willingness to take home leftovers, the tendency to over-order, shopping routine and table manners) remaining ignored by scholars The focus of school food service studies has been the.