Food Waste Findings | 2021 Financial Health Barometer
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Food Waste

Food waste is a growing concern in Australia. The total annual spend on food waste this year has hit a whopping $10.3 billion dollars!

At Rabobank, we want to help you waste less and save more, so we are committed to helping Aussies to not only reduce their household waste but understand how food gets from farm to fork.

Our Food Waste Infographic and Food For Thought Video show the impact of food waste on the environment and your hip pocket, and how you can make simple changes to help create a more sustainable future.

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What is your pledge for reducing food waste?

Inspire your family and friends to help make a change by sharing your personal food waste pledge and tips on social media using the hash tags #DontBeAWaster #Rabobank #ZeroWaste #FoodWaste


The 2021 Rabobank Food and Farming Report is part of Rabobank’s annual Financial Health Barometer (FHB), surveying over 2,300 financial decision makers aged between 18 and 65. The survey now in its 11th year polls attitudes and behaviours towards saving, debt, farming, food production and food waste. Results are weighted by gender, age and location according to statistics from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.


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