Sources: Our readings for this lesson included other resources such as
1. Total and per capita value of food loss in the United States: Jean C. Buzby, Jeffrey Hyman., Available online 20 July 2012., http://ucce.ucdavis.edu/files/datastore/234-2425.pdf
2. Food Waste Reduction and Prevention., http://www.epa.gov/foodrecovery/fd-reduce.htm
3. FAO. 2011. Global food losses and food waste – Extent, causes and prevention. Rome., by Jenny Gustavsson, Christel Cederberg, Ulf Sonesson, Swedish Institute for Food and Biotechnology (SIK) Gothenburg, Sweden
4. Food Loss and Food Waste, FAO., http://www.fao.org/food-loss-and-food-waste/en/
5. FoodDrinkEurope, Anual Report 2013. http://fooddrinkeurope.eu/uploads/publications_documents/FoodDrinkEurope_Annual_Report_2013.pdf
6. Bond, M., Meacham, T., Bhunnoo, R. and Benton, T.G. (2013) Food waste within global food systems. A Global Food Security report (www.foodsecurity.ac.uk).
7. 10 FLOORING FOOD WASTE FACTS, http://www.thisisrubbish.org.uk/resources/10-flooring-food-waste-facts/
8. Food labeling terms, http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Goodfood/Pages/food-labelling-terms.aspx
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