Commitments to action

Food Waste Challenge

Rabobank, Samen Tegen Voedselverspilling, LNV, WUR, Unilever Food Solutions, Wastewatchers, Hotelschool Den Haag

Food Waste Challenge is an initiative of the Samen Tegen Voedselverspilling foundation and Rabobank. Participation in the challenge is free, easy and takes little time. It offers hotels, restaurants and groups of enterpreneurs (local/regional) option to participate in an 8-week online course with the goal to reduce food waste in their businesses


Civil society, Private sector, Producer organizations, Academic

Action Area(s)

Nourish All People



Key contact

Jos Klerx, Rabobank, Samen Tegen Voedselverspilling
[email protected]


Food Waste, Professional Food Services, Course



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