Food Waste in Hotels – Functions

The hotel sector is responsible for 53,000 tonnes of food waste, costing the sector an estimated €180 million per annum. More often than not, function numbers are known, but balancing a good customer experience while keeping waste and costs down needs close attention. A good experience doesn’t have to mean lots of food waste.

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Food Waste in Full Service Restaurants

Restaurants (both quickservice and full-service) are responsible for 40,000 tonnes of food waste, costing the sector an estimated €115 million per annum. Reducing food waste is an excellent opportunity to improve gross profit and can be done without affecting customer experience.

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Food Waste in Canteens

Workplace canteens are responsible for 27,000 tonnes of food waste, costing the sector an estimated €95 million per annum. Tight margins and low price points in this sector make reducing food waste an excellent opportunity to improve gross profit. It is also an area worthy of CSR initiatives.

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Italian supply chain LIFE Project

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Food Waste in Quick Service Restaurants

Restaurants (both quickservice and full-service) are responsible for 40,000 tonnesa of food waste, costing the sector an estimated €115 million per annum. Tight margins and low price points in this sector make reducing food waste an excellent opportunity to improve gross profit.

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Aldi – Case Study 1

Aldi’s partnership with FoodCloud began as a pilot project in November 2014 operating in three Aldi stores. Now all 130 Aldi Stores are participating in this partnership. Aldi stores have donated over 1,308,000 meals for people in need.

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