Our most recent event:
Wasted Food: it’s a Crying Shame!
Preventing Food Waste and helping to tackle the surplus in the South West
This next event is bought in association with the Chartered Instiute of Wastes Management.
The focus is on, as professional resource and waste managers, how can we work together to prevent and reduce surplus food waste in our region?
Date: Thursday 5th November 10 -11:30 am
10:00 – 10:10 Welcome and introduction - Hannah Lawrie, Chair CIWM SW
Poll Question 1
10:10 – 10:25. Household food waste in the UK: the big picture and latest trends - Helen White, Special Advisor Household Food
10:25 – 10.35. Field to fork waste prevention - Emma Croft, Projects Officer Food Waste Prevention, Devon County Council
Poll Question 2
10:40 – 11:10: Case Studies
10.40 – 10.45. A local solution for food surplus: tackling food poverty in the SW - Ian Poyser, Charity Support Worker, Devon and Cornwall Food Action
10.45 – 10.50. Reducing food waste and tackling poverty, hunger, and social isolation in a rural area: a case study from Cornwall - Anthony Weight, Trustee - Cornwall Food Action
10.50 - 11.00. Continuous improvement and waste prevention - Conner Rutlidge, Operational Support Manager, Burts Snacks
11.00 – 11:10. Driving out food waste in a retail environment - James Steel, Lidl
Poll Question 3
11.10 - 11.25. Panel Q & A Chaired by Yvonne Pearce, SW Centre Councillor
11:25 - 11:30. Summary & Close - Hannah Lawrie
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