The Australian Institute of Packaging (AIP) will be participating in the second National Food Waste Summit in Brisbane on 23 and 24 November.
Hosted by Fight Food Waste Ltd – incorporating Fight Food Waste CRC and Stop Food Waste Australia – attendees will be able to network with industry, government and research experts to help inspire solutions that will deliver real economic, social and environmental benefits for all Australians.
The AIP will be speaking on a panel on the 24 November entitled Reduce to nil: designing out food waste panel.
The panel discussion will explore zero waste technologies, innovations and initiatives disrupting Australia’s food business-as-usual.
Panellists will include: Fight Food Waste CRC REDUCE program lead associate professor Simon Lockrey (facilitator), AIP executive director Nerida Kelton, Yume CEO Katy Barfield, Sustainability Victoria business solutions manager Travis Hatton and Sustainability Coles Group general manager Brooke Donnelly.
The AIP is a founding partner of Stop Food Waste Australia, a core participant of the Fight Food Waste CRC and a supporting signatory to the Australian Food Pact. The AIP believes that packaging plays an integral role in minimising food loss and waste across a value chain.
AIP Save Food Packaging consortium partner Result Group and long-standing partner of the Institute, Empauer will also be exhibiting in the exhibition side of the summit.
Click here to join the AIP at Australia’s biggest gathering dedicated to fighting food waste.