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Circularity Capital Podcast-Cutting Food Waste With Artificial Intelligence

Circularity Capital Food Waste AI

Dr Liz Goodwin OBE and Marc Zornes discuss innovations to tackle food waste and ensure everyone has access to nourishment.

Jamie Butterworth spoke with Dr Liz Goodwin OBE, Senior Fellow and Director of Food Waste and Loss of the World Resource Institute. Liz is behind the Champion 12.3 Initiative which aims to half global food waste by 2030 and Chair of London Waste And Recycling Board which is tasked in supporting London’s goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2050. Liz helps us understand the context of the global food waste challenge.


Circularity Capital Partner Ian Nolan sat down with Marc Zornes, CEO and cofounder of Winnow, an AI based solution which cuts commercial food waste in half through data analysis and object recognition. In this conversation, Marc shares how AI is being used by Winnow to reach their 5 year goal of $1billion of savings for the industry.

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