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Case studies

In 2015 a number of Victorian local councils and waste and resource recovery groups piloted a series of local LFHW events. The pilots trialled face-to-face ways of engaging people in the problem of food waste, to raise awareness and share tips on how to avoid it. LFHW messages were incorporated into 19 events across Victoria, including community festivals, farmers markets and cooking workshops and demonstrations.  

Below are case studies that showcase some of the most commonly run activities. We will continue to add further case studies to this page as they are developed.

 

East Gippsland Field Days

East Gippsland Shire Council held a stall promoting Love Food Hate Waste messages at the East Gippsland Field Days on 1 & 2 May 2015.

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Murchison Tomato Festa

Greater Shepparton City Council held a stall promoting Love Food Hate Waste messages at the Murchison Tomato Festa on Sunday 15 March, as part of the 2015 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

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We’d love to hear your ideas for getting involved in the LFHW campaign. Contact us to talk about your plans and how we can support you.

    Love your food

    Each year Victorian households throw out 51,000 tonnes of pre-prepared and home cooked meals.