Making economic sense of food waste

Managing waste: People are looking for solutions to handle their food waste as more are preparing their food at home.

WITH more people eating at home these days, food waste is becoming a bigger issue within households.

In 2015, a report by the Performance Management and Delivery Unit (Pemandu) highlighted that Malaysia generated about 15,000 tonnes of food waste per day, of which 9,700 tonnes were generated by households.

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