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Agriculture Changemakers Knowledge hub
Although farmers invest a lot of time and energy in growing their produce, after harvest much of the edible fruit and vegetables remain on the plant or in the ground. One solution to this waste is 'gleaning'. This is an activity in which volunteers - with the farmer's permission - harvest the remaining fruit and vegetables themselves.
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Agriculture Knowledge hub
Some 360,500 tonnes of apples and pears colour our soil every year, mainly in South Limburg and Flemish Brabant. However, Belgium faces a recurring problem: tons of apples and pears that are perfectly consumable do not end up on our plates.  Things can be different, so it is time to bite the bullet!
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Agriculture Changemakers Knowledge hub
In this Webinar you'll learn about innovative solutions to reduce Food Waste in the primary sector. These solutions could all be implemented thanks to a collaboration and co-creative design developed by Food Heroes.
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Agriculture Changemakers Knowledge hub
Find out more about Doreen Westphal's "Botanic Bites" business and how she applied innovation to her sustainable model.
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Agriculture Knowledge hub
Nathalie Bernaert from ILVO and Chris Bishop from the University of Lincoln go through the problem of food losses at farm level and the links with monitoring.
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Agriculture Changemakers Knowledge hub
In this discussion you will discover why enVie is an example of how partnerships can help you reach success.
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