Per capita food losses and waste at consumption and preconsumption stages in

Per capita food losses and waste at consumption and

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Per capita food losses and waste, at consumption and pre­consumption stages, in different regionsMy HomeMahnoor Rizwan ArfeenWinter 2015 ­ CHEM­1...
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1/26/2016Quiz Submissions - Assignment 7: Examining Food Production Data - Winter 2015 - CHEM-181-761 - World of Chem: Food - myCourses – McGill University2/4Question 10 / 1 pointWhich one of the regions has the largest portion of its per capita food losses and waste attributed to “production to retailing”?EuropeNorth America and OceaniaIndustrialized AsiaSub­Saharan AfricaNorth Africa, West and Central AsiaSouth and Southeast AsiaLatin AmericaView FeedbackQuestion 21 / 1 pointWhich one of the regions has the largest per capita food losses and waste?EuropeNorth America and OceaniaIndustrialized AsiaSub­Saharan AfricaNorth Africa, West and Central AsiaSouth and Southeast Asia
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1/26/2016Quiz Submissions - Assignment 7: Examining Food Production Data - Winter 2015 - CHEM-181-761 - World of Chem: Food - myCourses – McGill University3/4Latin AmericaInformationLet’s take a closer look at where food losses and waste occurs in the food supply chain. Use the graph below to answer Questions 3 and 4.The total percentage of food losses and waste is displayed by each bar with the portion attributed to each category outlined in the legend on theright hand side.Part of the initial production lost or waste at different stages of the food supply chain for fruits and vegetables in differentregions
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