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On-Farm Food Loss Measurement - Shared screen with speaker view
Julia.Borland-intern@wwfus.org
15:42
Thanks for joining, Lucy!
Julia.Borland-intern@wwfus.org
18:53
Feel free to write questions in the Q&A function throughout the presentation, you can find this function at the bottom of your Zoom (next to the “Raise Hand” function).
Anna Hammond
27:20
so exciting if you could send the emails for contact
Julia.Borland-intern@wwfus.org
28:03
Alex: alex.nichols-vinueza@wwfus.org
Alex.Nichols-Vinueza@wwfus.org
28:25
Alison: aedwards@stewardshipindex.org
Julia.Borland-intern@wwfus.org
28:26
Alison: aedwards@stewardshipindex.org
Karin Lindow
30:10
Hi everyone, Karin från Sweden here :) Sounds very interresting! Is/will the Food loss calculator be free for anyone to use?
Julia.Borland-intern@wwfus.org
31:27
Yes! You can download it for free at the bottom of the SISC site: https://www.stewardshipindex.org/working-metrics
Alison Edwards
31:35
Hi Karin - it will be free for any grower to use yes! If a company or organization wants to use the SISC tool to collect and aggrigate and report back results then there is a cost associated with that. Thanks!
Karin Lindow
31:44
Perfect, thank you!
Alex.Nichols-Vinueza@wwfus.org
32:15
Same answer for Supply Shift and CropTrak
Karin Lindow
32:23
Aha okay good to know
Lucy M Baah
35:40
What about students who want to use this tool for research purposes, can they download it free?@Alison Edwards
Alison Edwards
42:16
Yes, any individual can use the tool for free.
Dr. Lisa Johnson
42:16
Email me at lisakjohnson4@gmail.com
Dr. Lisa Johnson
42:47
Lucy, let me know what help you need, and I'll be glad to get you and your students started!
Lucy M Baah
43:12
Sure!
Karin Lindow
52:19
It might be harder for smaller producers to set aside the extra time to do this. Do you farmers think the tool is easy to use? And how much time do you think it takes?
Lucy M Baah
54:36
Are there any growers who used this tool beyond in-field measurement?
Will McManus
55:25
Great to hear the experience from leading growers. Thank you for taking the time Baha, Brad and Scott - I appreciate hearing this from a business perspective.
Karin Lindow
56:00
I agree, super interresting!
Lucy M Baah
58:41
This is good piece of information. Glad to hear from the growers on their findings to the tool's performance!
Julia.Borland-intern@wwfus.org
59:26
Thank you for these great questions, we’ll dive into them during the Q&A. Please keep sending your questions!:)
Ryan Vroegindewey
59:38
Thanks, Kai, for highlighting Campbell's past work. There is lots more to do!
Lara Antognoli
01:04:52
According to ReFed’s Insight Engine, farm-produced crops is estimated to be 34% of food surplus. Can the surplus be consistently found at specific places / steps in the overall food recovery process or is it 'random'?
Alison Edwards
01:05:07
The SISC Food Loss metric was piloted in both annual and perennial fruits and veg crops.
Dr. Lisa Johnson
01:06:36
Hi Lara, ReFed's Insights Engine used data from field studies, from me, WWF, and Greg Baker in California. Much of that produce is available in-field.
Kai Robertson
01:10:43
To read more about Just Peachy Salsa, see: https://www.uschamberfoundation.org/just-peachy. For more about Tesco's work with growers and their actions see: https://www.tescoplc.com/sustainability/taking-action/environment/food-waste/working-with-suppliers/
Lara Antognoli
01:13:09
Thanks, Lisa! Assumed the same that most of the surplus can be found in-field versus other points in the supply chain.