A Systematic Approach to The Regaining Process of Waste Foods

Nazlı Şerbet, Fatma Serab Onursal

Abstract


The problem of food waste and waste is a major problem that should be examined not only in terms of economic but also ecological and sociological importance. Considering the decrease in natural resources and the pollution caused by it, the importance of the effective management and re-evaluation of food wastes should not be overlooked. The data in the studies support the increasing hunger. The data in the studies support the knowledge that hunger is increasing. In order to combat hunger: urgent measures should be taken, and ways of regaining waste food or waste food should be explored. The problem requires global responsibility. The purpose of the research is to share remarkable data and research, to provide information about food waste types, to raise awareness of all relevant stakeholders to come together to solve the problem. Also in the study: the findings of the application developed with the algorithm of the established model are shared and it is aimed to shed light on the next studies.

Keywords


Waste food; Zero waste; Hunger; Regaining of food; Waste

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24925/turjaf.v8i10.2059-2067.3438

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ISSN: 2148-127X

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