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Ep 111: Less Waste = Cheaper Food?

Let’s talk about how reducing food waste might mean cheaper foods. Today I’m chatting with David Kat from Wasteless about how they are helping reduce food waste. Did you know that almost 1/3 of all food made for human consumption goes to waste?

David is responsible for establishing lasting partnerships as well as being an ambassador for Wasteless‘ technology. David was the online publisher and business developer for various VNU (now AC Nielsen) enterprises in the Netherlands, London, and Paris. He’s a business developer, entrepreneur, and active investor since 2004. He teamed up early with companies including Mobileye, X-Sight Sys, Magink, and AgentVI to successfully bring their innovations to incumbent industries.

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Show Notes

  • David’s background
  • “At Wasteless, we’re helping supermarkets and online grocery stores recapture the full value of their perishable products and reduce food waste through AI-powered dynamic pricing.”

  • What’s the difference between expires and used by date

  • Roughly 1/3 of all food produced for human consumption goes to waste.

  • Food waste at every step – Production, storage, processing, distribution, consumption.

  • Smart digital stores?

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