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What is food loss?
For example, we bought in leftover or bargain sale in large quantities, but food loss is food which is discarded though we can originally eat such as (the excessive removal) including thing which turned to food (untouched food) which we were not able to eat, skin of vegetables thick too much.
Why is reduction of food loss necessary?
According to the survey by Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, approximately 17 million tons a year of food waste is given in Japan. Of these, so-called "food loss" that was abandoned though was still eaten approximately 6,210,000 tons a year (2014 Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries estimation).
How much food loss is given in Yokohama-shi?
In burnable garbage taken out by family of Yokohama-shi, food loss of approximately 87,000 tons a year is included, and this is quantity that it is to approximately 23 kilos a year per citizen.