Hope for on-farm food waste to feed people first not alternative markets

Vanessa Binks
Updated May 28 2024 - 3:03pm, first published May 20 2024 - 5:10pm
End Food Waste Australia's Melissa Smith believes curbing on-farm food waste was good for industries through improved efficiencies, getting more crop to market and better bang-for-buck with inputs. Picture Supplied
End Food Waste Australia's Melissa Smith believes curbing on-farm food waste was good for industries through improved efficiencies, getting more crop to market and better bang-for-buck with inputs. Picture Supplied

Making sure food which is produced at great expense reaches people first, is front and centre for Australian food waste organisations, as livestock feed, nutraceuticals and landfill continue to swallow up much needed supplies.

Vanessa Binks

Vanessa Binks

Markets Editor/Journalist

I am the Markets Editor and journalist at the Stock Journal. I am based at Nuriootpa in SA's lower north.

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