Food waste is not just a question of what is thrown out

There is a growing amount of food ‘waste’ occurring on farm that is not obvious, in the form of food that is not produced or additional resources that are utilised because of constraints that are progressively being imposed on more efficient farm production systems, writes Australian Farm Institute executive director Mick Keogh. In this instance, it is not so much the food that is being wasted as the natural resources utilised in producing that food. There are numerous examples of this, but perhaps the most obvious is the ban on the use of hormonal growth promotants (HGPs) in beef production…

Source: Beef Central
Food waste is not just a question of what is thrown out