In August 2021, Tove Andersen became the CEO of TOMRA, a global supplier of recycling, mining and food production equipment.
Since early 2020, the global supply chain has been bogged down by seemingly endless challenges, many of which have contributed to labor shortages.
Reducing food waste can cut greenhouse gas emissions, feed the hungry and save billions of dollars.
Imagine reading this headline in our trade press: “Fresh produce foodborne illnesses fall 80%.” Better yet: “15 trillion servings of fresh produce, zero deaths.”
It’s been over two years since COVID-19 reared its ugly head and much has changed since it did. The food category — from how it was produced, processed and purchased — faced, perhaps, the greatest shift.