RIGA - Around one-third of food produced in Latvia ends up in trash every year, and more than half of it comes from households, the SKDS research center's head Arnis Kaktins said during a discussion on socially responsible behaviors to lower food waste.
Kaktins said that more than two-thirds or 67 percent of the population of Latvia tend to throw away food waste, and this figure has increased by 8 percent in one year, as LETA learned at the Riga City Council. 20 percent of residents throw away food products at least once a week, 5 percent so several times a week, and ...
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