FOOD WASTE AWARE
Food Waste Aware partners with The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) plus the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) to announce a fully funded opportunity to reduce food waste levels in the hospitality sector. Full Details Below
Profitwatch leaders in hospitality food waste reduction and Co-founders of the Food Waste Aware program will deliver this program to the selected candidates. Now is the time to get in contact and get your business signed up for this free opportunity. It will be limited to 100 hospitality businesses* and will run till Dec 2020
Comprising of four actionable events that promote good practice in Food Waste Reduction. Open your business to the benefits of Food Waste reduction environmentally and financial.
SIGN UP NOW AND GET THE FOLLOWING SERVICES FREE OF CHARGE
Food waste assessment by ProfitWatch. Outcome: Find out what levels of Food Waste your business generates and compare this result to our industry benchmark figures
Key stakeholder meeting to discuss results. Implement a four-step food waste reduction action plan and introduce ProfitWatch’s six-sigma approach to reducing food waste
An offsite month by month review to gauge progress in reducing food waste levels (for three months)
On-site one day investigation offered to those that continue to generate the highest food waste. All food waste is separated and categorised for one day. (Food Waste Characterisation).
*this offer is open to any rural hospitality business that spends € 25,000 or more in net food purchases per month
ProfitWatch is proud to be in partnership with The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM), The Roscommon County Council, The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) and The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
“Humankind needs to be Food Waste Aware. Big business needs to become the leader. Food businesses have an opportunity to become the leaders by being Food Waste Aware. This, in turn, safeguards their business and brings better products and prices to their customer. Let’s build sustainability by adopting new business models to take a new step to how humanity employ planet earth’s resources.” –Mark Kelly