This report presents the results from the life cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle costing (LCC) of two food waste prevention and upgrading case studies. The first focused on the heat treatment of manufacturing, retail, and catering food surplus so that it could be used as pig feed in UK and France. The second focused on the prevention of peach and nectarine (PN) spoilage and overproduction along the supply chain, considering Italian and Spanish production sold by one UK wholesaler.

LCA & LCC of food waste case studies: Assessment of food side flow prevention and valorisation routes in selected supply chains

De Menna, Fabio;BRENES-PERALTA, LAURA PATRICIA;Garcia Herrero, Laura;Vittuari, Matteo;
2019

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This report presents the results from the life cycle assessment (LCA) and life cycle costing (LCC) of two food waste prevention and upgrading case studies. The first focused on the heat treatment of manufacturing, retail, and catering food surplus so that it could be used as pig feed in UK and France. The second focused on the prevention of peach and nectarine (PN) spoilage and overproduction along the supply chain, considering Italian and Spanish production sold by one UK wholesaler.
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De Menna, Fabio; Davis, Jennifer; Bowman, Martin; Brenes Peralta, Laura; Bygrave, Kate; Garcia Herrero, Laura; Luyckx, Karen; McManus, William; Vittuari, Matteo; van Zanten, Hannah; Ostergren, Karen
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