China’s anti-food waste campaign

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  • As #China launches an anti-food waste campaign amid calls for the public to stop wasting #food, President Xi Jinping stresses the need to maintain a “sense of crisis” on food security. With food insecurity still a global issue, and some previously food-secure countries facing the prospect of shortages as a result of the pandemic, is China’s new campaign perfectly timed? How will it work, and how can anti-waste measures be enforced while still respecting personal choice? And what effect does waste have on overall food security?

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