Argentina Strategy 2030 Let's Value Food: With less food loss and waste, towards a sustainable agri-food system.

Date: 2021
Download: Spanish

The document sets out a strategy to prevent and reduce food losses and waste in Argentina, creating value for the agrifood system and society as a whole. The goal by 2030 is to reduce food losses in the production and supply chains, including post-harvest losses, and to halve food waste per capita at retail and consumer level.

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Food Loss and Waste Reduction Strategy for the State of Jalisco.

Date: Completed, not yet published.
Download: Spanish

The document establishes a strategy to guide decision making towards the reduction of food loss and waste in the State of Jalisco in Mexico, working towards a sustainable economic development by improving its food systems from production to consumption. It is the first Strategy on food loss and waste reduction in the national territory of Mexico.

A Playbook for Reducing Food Loss and Waste in Latin America and the Caribbean

Date: Completed, not yet published.
Download: Spanish / English

This Playbook for Reducing Food Loss and Waste in Latin America and the Caribbean is designed to help governments and businesses in the region pursue practical efforts to tackle the FLW challenge. To reduce FLW, governments and companies can implement the simple but effective “Target-Measure-Act” approach. In this approach, a country or company (1) sets a FLW reduction target, (2) measures its current levels of FLW (and periodically re-measures to assess progress), and (3) takes action to reduce the hotspots of FLW. The document presents practical steps to implement this approach.

Food loss and waste country progress index.

Date: Completed, not yet published.
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The index is a tool to measure national progress on managing food loss and waste. It is designed to provide an objective assessment of the degree to which countries are taking steps toward reducing their food loss and waste (FLW) in alignment with United Nations Sustainable Development Goal Target 12.3. It can help countries identify the aspects of their FLW strategies on which they are making progress and how their progress compares with that of other countries. It can show which countries have made the most progress to date and help those that have made less progress identify best practices and key next steps.

2nd Food Loss and Waste Reduction Summit for Latin America and the Caribbean. (incluir un link a la página del evento:

Date: November 17 and 18, 2021
The 2nd Food Loss and Waste Reduction Summit for Latin America and the Caribbean was held on November 17 and 18, 2021, organized by the Inter-American Development Bank in coordination with the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of the Republic of Argentina, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The summit was based on four main topics: public policy, quantification, innovation and financing. The agenda included 11 sessions covering areas such as: the connection between food loss and waste and climate change, and food insecurity; global and regional trends on food loss and waste; implementation of national strategies; private sector innovations in reducing food loss and waste; financing to unlock innovation; presentation of quantification methods for reducing food loss and waste; and an update on the #SinDesperdicio activities.

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