Think Eat Save is a blog and editorial platform that provides recommendations for kitchen appliances, devices, cookware, and unique food items. We have an eye for finding the best products on the market so you can spend less time searching and more time cooking.
Think Eat Save is a website dedicated to reviewing and recommending kitchen products. We’re not just about telling you what to buy, we want to help you make an informed decision so that it will be one of the best purchases you ever made. At Think Eat Save, we believe that when it comes to kitchen appliances, there are few things more important than durability and efficiency. That’s why our reviews always take into account how long something lasts or how much water or energy it uses. If your goal is saving time and money in your own home cooking endeavors, then check out our site!
How Think Eat Save Works
Every day there are many people who seek truthful and quality information on different products online, not only a matter of quality but also sometimes of budget, it is about going beyond a simple purchase and acquire a durable product that we like and we are satisfied to buy.
From ThinkeatSave.org we want to help all those users find the best products on the Internet, from a hair clipper to have a perfect hairstyle every week to the best stroller for your baby to enjoy the most outings, we analyze the best-selling items of the market to give you a reliable opinion that suits your needs.
Hopefully you can enjoy all our work so that you always have the perfect purchase at hand.
Here you will learn how to choose kitchen appliances, home improvement tools and all in all food recipes and tips. We help you to make a good decision . It is important to choose well, because many of the products you are going to purchase are for a longtime!
Also in this site you will see we have given you, valuable suggestion how to reduce food waste, how to save foods etc.
What is food loss/waste all about?
A recent study has revealed that about one third of all food production world-wide gets lost or wasted in the food production and consumption systems, amounting to 1.3 billion tonnes. In industrialized nations, retailers and consumers discard around 300 million tones that is fit for consumption, around half of the total food squandered in these regions. This is more than the total net food production of Sub-Saharan Africa and would be sufficient to feed the estimated 900 million people hungry in the world. (FAO)
Technically speaking, food loss and waste refer to the decrease in mass (quantitative) or nutritional value (qualitative) of food – edible parts – throughout the supply chain that was intended for human consumption. Food that was originally meant for human consumption but for various reasons is removed from the human food chain is considered as food loss or waste, even if it is then directed to a non-food use (feed, bio-energy).
- Food Loss refers to food that gets spilled, spoilt or otherwise lost, or incurs reduction of quality and value during its process in the food supply chain before it reaches its final product stage. Food loss typically takes place at production, post-harvest, processing and distribution stages in the food supply chain.
- Food waste refers to food that completes the food supply chain up to a final product, of good quality and fit for consumption, but still doesn’t get consumed because it is discarded, whether or not after it is left to spoil. Food waste typically (but not exclusively) takes place at retail and consumption stages in the food supply chain.
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