Zero Waste Scotland is urging people to cut down the amount of unwanted food they put in the bin.Read more
A university lecturer uses apples to demonstrate how much food ends up in landfill.
Customers often queue for up two hours ahead of the cafe opening, an organiser says.
Benefits can include soil enrichment, job creation and reducing the amount of methane released from landfill. Robert Reed from Recology explains why he believes food scraps are 'the most important type of rubbish'. Photo: Food scraps on a chopping board Credit: Getty Images
Can technology help to cut the vast amounts of food that never gets eaten?
The UN wants to halve the amount of food we waste. Here's how one hotel in Norway is helping out.