How can workforce training help with food waste? with Aviva Paley of Kitchens for Good
Our current food system is completely intertwined. Everything from the supply chain, to research and development, and food service is reliant on each other. For that same reason, food waste and poverty are also huge factors that are apart of the same food system, but many companies and brands tend to neglect. This week on Just a Taste, we spoke with Aviva Paley, Senior Director and Co-Founder of Kitchens for Good, about how her company is breaking the cycles of food waste, hunger, and poverty through innovative solutions in workforce training, healthy food production, and social enterprise.
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