COVID-19 Driving Some Canadians to Waste Less Foodhttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/20200915-Media_Release_-_LFHW.pdfCOVID-19 Driving Some Canadians to Waste Less FoodA new nation-wide survey shows that some Canadians are wasting less food while COVID-19 public health measures have been in place. Love Food Hate Waste Canada, delivered by the National Zero Waste Council in conjunction with its campaign partners, worked with the Mustel Group to understand how food purchasing, storage, consumption and waste behaviours have changed since the introduction of quarantine and physical distancing measures.2020-09-15T07:00:00Z
NZWC releases Less Food Loss and Waste, Less Packaging Waste research reporthttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/20200602-FoodLossandWasteAnsweringthePackagingQuestion.pdfNZWC releases Less Food Loss and Waste, Less Packaging Waste research reportResearch report from the National Zero Waste Council reveals the relationships between food waste, packaging and GHG emissions, providing insight into how and when packaging can be applied to prevent food spoilage and waste to significantly reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from Canada's agri-food sectors.2020-06-02T07:00:00Z
National Zero Waste Council Researching Relationship Between Food Waste and Packaginghttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/20190724-NZWCResearchingRelationshipBetweenFoodWasteandPackaging.pdfNational Zero Waste Council Researching Relationship Between Food Waste and PackagingThe National Zero Waste Council has engaged Value Chain Management International (VCMI) to undertake new research exploring how food packaging affects the amount of food wasted along the Canadian supply chain.2019-07-24T07:00:00Z
Food Industry Leaders Commit to Tackle Food Waste in Canadahttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/20190117-NZWCPCMediaRelease-IndustryFoodWasteCommitment.pdfFood Industry Leaders Commit to Tackle Food Waste in CanadaThe National Zero Waste Council, along with the Provision Coalition, applaud eight leading Canadian companies for making a formal commitment to prevent and reduce food waste in their operations by 50% by 2025.2019-01-17T08:00:00Z
Major business, NGO leaders call for Canada to go waste-freehttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/20180920-CELCMediaRelease.pdfMajor business, NGO leaders call for Canada to go waste-freeThe National Zero Waste Council has united with major businesses, NGOs and academic leaders to launch the Circular Economy Leadership Coalition calling for Canada to go waste-free while driving job creation and increased prosperity. 2018-09-20T07:00:00Z
National Launch of Love Food Hate Waste in Canadahttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/2018-07-18-LFHWCanadaLaunch.pdfNational Launch of Love Food Hate Waste in CanadaTwo of Canada’s largest food retailers have joined with local and provincial governments and agencies to launch a national Love Food Hate Waste campaign today, which aims to change Canadians’ behaviours around food and dramatically reduce the significant amount of food wasted across the country every day.2018-07-18T07:00:00Z
Lancement national de la campagne J’aime manger, pas gaspiller Canadahttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/2018-07-18-LFHWCanadaLaunchFR.pdfLancement national de la campagne J’aime manger, pas gaspiller CanadaDeux des plus importants détaillants en alimentation au Canada se sont associés à des organismes locaux et provinciaux pour lancer la campagne nationale J’aime manger, pas gaspiller, qui vise à changer les comportements alimentaires et à réduire considérablement la quantité de nourriture gaspillée chaque jour d’un océan à l’autre.2018-07-18T07:00:00Z
Cutting Food Waste by Half - A Food Loss and Waste Strategy for Canadahttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/2018-05-29-AFoodLossandWasteStrategyforCanada.pdfCutting Food Waste by Half - A Food Loss and Waste Strategy for CanadaThe National Zero Waste Council (NZWC) today released its updated National Food Waste Reduction Strategy for preventing food waste in Canada, sharing the report with Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister and Environment and Climate Change Minister, to help inform the Government’s development of a Food Policy for Canada.2018-05-29T07:00:00Z
New Canadian Guidelines Around Food Donation Unveiled in an Effort to Reduce Food Wastehttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/2018-04-20-NewCanadianGuidelinesAroundFoodDonationsUnveiled.pdfNew Canadian Guidelines Around Food Donation Unveiled in an Effort to Reduce Food WasteThe National Zero Waste Council will today introduce new guidelines aimed at providing clarity and advice to the Canadian food industry and organizations across the country that are looking to donate or receive high quality nutritious food that would otherwise go to waste.2018-04-20T07:00:00Z
Case Study Shows Need for Increased Dialogue and Policy Around Compostables in Canadahttp://www.nzwc.ca/additional-info/media/Documents/20180309-CaseStudyShowsNeedforIncreasedDialogueandPolicyAroundCompostablesinCanada.pdfCase Study Shows Need for Increased Dialogue and Policy Around Compostables in CanadaCompostable packaging is becoming increasingly common in Canada, but the results of a recent study by the National Zero Waste Council show that packaging manufacturers, governments and composting companies need to work more closely together if these materials are to reach their true circular economy potential.2018-03-09T08:00:00Z