“India wastes as much food as UK consumes” — is a ludicrous but sadly true statistic. “When in doubt, throw it out”, is a common echo around the world. But not all food waste is created equal.
This week 600 people from the food industry in 58 countries came together under one big red tent, to discuss food issues inside and out of the kitchen.
Mother Nature’s wrath knows no boundaries. If it’s heatwaves in some parts of the world, it’s torrential rains in others.
We celebrated our 72nd Independence Day yesterday and we are proud.
Our 60-day whirlwind Global Mission is over and its business as usual. We were grateful for the incredible opportunity to meet so many exciting people, interesting companies and inspiring food heroes.
“If we want to help feed the population sustainably, we are going to have to work with government systems”
“Education is key for building the next generation of conscious food people”— Sara Roversi
We’re on the road with the Food Innovation Global Mission and we are taking Edible Issues with us. So if you don’t hear from us, don’t panic. We’re living the perfect food dream.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare tweeted out an image, (now deleted) which appeared like it promoted a plant-based diet. And the Indian internet went berserk.
This recent article calling out Barilla sponsoring a study on nutrition of pasta, caught our eye. Italians have been eating pasta for centuries just as Indians have been eating rice.