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In response to this issue, DBS works with a range of social enterprises and partners to decrease food loss along the supply chain.
Each one of us can start reducing food wastage on a personal front, contribute dry rations to those in need or even grow our own kitchen garden.
Your food scraps can do wonders for your plants and save tons of wet waste from decomposing in landfills. Go organic today!
The buck stops with us. Be mindful of expiry dates, try your hand at canning or pickling and consume food consciously.
This awardee of the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant in 2017 designs, adapts and implements low-cost farming solutions that help marginal farmers increase the yield and predictability of their produce and find assured markets for the same, reducing food wastage at source.
A DBS-funded social enterprise from 2012, this waste-management pioneer envisions a world where waste is transformed into utilizable resources without any exploitation of people or the planet, reducing negative impact from improperly-treated food waste.
An awardee of the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant in 2019, this venture has developed patented UN-award winning technology that enables vegetables and fruit to be dehydrated at source, increasing shelf-life and reducing wastage.
A social venture promoting organic practices with farmers using India’s indigenous cow breeds to offer sustainable, healthy, pure dairy products to consumers and enabling sustainable livelihoods for farmers.