Reducing Food Waste and Making Better Products
One of our recents workshops was an excellent collaboration and a stellar sharing of insights on food factories, food processing, and the circular economy to reduce food waste and improve efficient use of resources.
Making less waste and more good together
We talked about everything from upcycling to turmeric, the internet of things to salmon packaging, and why you need to eat more vegies (frozen vegies also rock!).
Thanks to the The Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology – AIFST and University of Tasmania, Seedlab Tasmania and many participants from Seedlab Australia were thrilled to participate in this Food Processing Perfection Masterclass last week.
Speakers included Francesca Goodman-Smith from the Fight Food Waste CRC on upcycling and more Hazel MacTavish-West on her Winston Churchill Trust (Australia) fellowship travels (read more here: https://lnkd.in/gmrgmiZP ) David Haberfield of the National Food Institute Pty Ltd (RTO 3821) being more efficient with testing Tracy Harvey from Tassal Group on packaging innovations for Tasmanian salmon and Jean Rogers from Red Shoots about their Fijian grown superfoods used in Daily Good immunity shots – now on sale in Woolworths Supermarkets
Great work everyone – thanks for sharing!
Applications for Bootcamp 9 close at 5pm AEDT Monday 15th January, 2024.
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