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Stop Wasting Organic Food in the Restaurants: Effective Methods to Reduce Food Depletion!

02 Feb

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We have all spoken about on numerous occasions the importance of recycling and reducing the use of plastic for they are afflicting the environment. But then there are other contributors of pollution as well, one of them being organic food waste. According to surveys, food waste comprises a whopping 29% of the total rubbish that is produced all over the world, every day. The number is even higher in the third world countries, where hunger is a plaguing problem that the government has been facing for many years. The ever growing number of restaurants, hotels, fast-food joints contributes actively towards the generation of huge food wastes, while many people die of famine and starvation. Changing food practices by the individual eateries can help reduce the amount of rubbish that is produced. Owners of tall eating joints should work more smartly and efficiently towards the reduction of this problem.

Significance of organic food waste recycling

To start with, organic waste should be recycled to protect the environment and safeguard the health of the population. They are renewable resources and using proper scientific methods can help solve a lot of issues. The early days of human civilisation saw the people digging holes in the ground and burying the waste. But with the stellar growth in the population, this effective way was never going to suffice. Hence, waste recycling is necessary.

When we are talking about the organic waste, the data that is provided is very disturbing. A single commercial food joint daily throws away food that can be enough to feed at least one household of 4 people for 2 weeks. This is a shocking number! To be very clear at this point, organic food waste includes fruits, vegetables, leftovers and all the perfectly eatable food that the guests throw away. If not for the sake of the planet, at least on a humanitarian ground, restaurant owners should manage the food they throw away. That itself should highlight the significance of the recycling and reusing them.

Tips on how waste can be reduced

Even if it sounds easy, recycling organic waste is quite a task and requires a lot of planning. But here is a list of concrete methods that focuses on how can restaurants and food joints reduce organic waste.

  • Change the menu and the purchase the ingredients properly. Reducing the portion of the menu which produces the most leftover will not only help you reduce the amount of waste produced but help you gain larger revenue. Also buying ingredients based on the daily requirement will help you control the waste.

  • Invest in high tech kitchen equipment and educating your staff. Practical training will create awareness among them. Also, training the staff to use quality kitchen equipment for processing and preparing the food reduce waste significantly. These machines work on measurements and using the required quantity will increase speed and efficiency.

  • Store uncooked, raw food properly which will increase their usage time. Using proper containers and refrigerating them appropriately will reduce the chances of raw fruits and vegetables getting misused.

Thus, save the planet by taking a small step yet effective step towards reducing organic food waste. Waste management services are available in a variety of cities. They are not only affordable but the services that they offer are extremely utilitarian and environmental friendly. the experts clean the rubbish, while promoting ways and methods of protecting the environment from further damage.

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Posted by on February 2, 2017 in Organic Waste Mangament

 

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