Curbing Food Waste with Technology

As part of the month long event aimed at using technology to tackle food waste in the F&B sector in Hong Kong, Metta held a series of 5 workshops bringing together industry leaders, start-ups, NGOs and researchers into discussion.

I was invited to present alongside the Economist Intelligence Unit to speak on food security. On a macro level, the global food security index identifies a country’s strength and weaknesses in order to pinpoint areas of action and policy needed to plug the gaps in the food system. Zooming in to the case study of Hong Kong, I looked at how the city feeds itself and demonstrated the urgent need to diversify and maximise our food resources. Playing a key role in this are food rescue NGOs who are also present in the discussion.

Event: The Future of F&B Tech in Hong Kong, Can Hong Kong use Tech to Curb food waste?
Organisers: Keshia Hannam (Mētta)
Panel Members : Daisy Tam (Hong Kong Baptist University), Trisha Suresh (The Economist – Intelligence Unit).
Venue: Mētta

HK's first public digital food rescue platform