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- This case study looks at three different aspects of food consumption issues the world faces.
- These are food wastage, fish stocks, and food security.
- The case study also explores various potential solutions.
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At what point in the value chain is food wasted and why? What attempts have been made to raise awareness of this issue?
Why are some fish stocks critical? How quickly is aquaculture growing compared to wild fishing?
Table of Contents
A LARGE PERCENTAGE OF FOOD IS THROWN AWAY
Food waste occurs in every country at every part of the value chain
Food is wasted at every part of the value chain
There are geographical differences in food wastage
Some types of food are wasted more frequently
In Europe, food waste initiatives gained pace in 2014
In Europe, multiple food retailers have begun to sell "ugly" fruit and vegetables
2014 year of food waste
In the US, consumer awareness of the issue has grown
UNSUSTAINABLE FISHING AND DEAD ZONES THREATEN FISH STOCKS
Commercial fishing is unsustainable
The world is reliant on fish
Commercial fishing is unsustainable
Aquaculture has experienced phenomenal growth in recent years
Dead zones are inhospitable to marine life
Human activity has increased the amount of dead zones
Companies must cut down on synthetic fertilizers
FOOD SECURITY IS AN ISSUE IN CHINA
Food security is the access to sufficient safe, nutritious food
Population growth, industrialization, and increased food consumption have affected Chinas food security
Chinas arable land has decreased
Chinas per capita consumption has increased
Chinas food scarcity has led to food company acquisitions
Food issues can be changed by market forces
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