New UC Davis Podcast Tackles Food Waste And Loss As A Way To Feed The Planet

Ned Spang holding pasting tomatoes left in a field after mechanical harvest.
Assistant Professor Ned Spang holds pasting tomatoes that have been left in a field after mechanical harvest. Mechanical harvesting can reduce food waste and typically leaves only 1 to 2 percent of yield behind.

Dr. Spang was featured on Capital Public Radio's Insight with Beth Ruyak on October 1, 2019 to discuss the impacts of food loss and waste.  Please follow the link to hear the recording.