Waste of food: Inflation has reached in the world, but there is a huge wastage of food in Europe, shocking information from research

Food waste in Europe: Inflation in the whole world at this time extreme is on. Rising inflation in many countries has broken the back of the common man. In such a situation, a shocking news has come out from Europe. On the one hand, where inflation is increasing in the world, on the other hand […]
 


Waste of food: Inflation has reached in the world, but there is a huge wastage of food in Europe, shocking information from research

Food waste in Europe: Inflation in the whole world at this time extreme is on. Rising inflation in many countries has broken the back of the common man. In such a situation, a shocking news has come out from Europe. On the one hand, where inflation is increasing in the world, on the other hand it has also come to the fore that a large amount of food is being wasted in Europe. Europe’s food waste is outpacing its imports. Research has revealed that food worth Rs 11.38 lakh crore is being wasted.

1 thousand 530 million tonnes of food is wasted in Europe every year

At present, a shocking information has come out from Europe. A study has shown that a large amount of food is wasted every year in Europe. This information has come to the fore when inflation is wreaking havoc in the world. According to this research, about 1,530 million tonnes of food is wasted in Europe every year. Meanwhile, the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine has had an impact on inflation. Due to this war, inflation is increasing all over the world. Along with this, experts have informed that due to the change in the environment, inflation is increasing.

Wasted wheat can feed half of Ukraine’s population

According to experts, half the population of Ukraine can be fed as much wheat as is wasted in Europe. Experts say that in times of high food prices and crisis, wasting so much food grains is tantamount to creating a great chaos. According to research, this food waste has to be reduced by 50 percent by 2030. Everyone should try for this. Experts have also informed that 43 environmental organizations in Europe have supported it.

About 20 percent of food production is wasted

According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia has increased global food prices. In August, there was an increase of about eight per cent in the prices of food grains. Current prices of wheat, corn and soybeans have also broken records during the 2008 global financial crisis. Former FAO economist Abdolreza Abbasian said the era of cheap food is over.

 

About 20 percent of food production is wasted

According to the research report, food grains are being wasted on a large scale. Its cost is Rs 11.38 lakh crore. The report also found that about 6 percent of greenhouse gases are wasted. About 20 percent of food production is wasted. By 2030, the EU aims to halve this ratio. According to the report, 47 lakh hectares of production can be saved with this.

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