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Global quantitative food losses and waste per year
from deck Fruits Vegetables Crop Agriculture icons (PPT flat clipart)

Global quantitative food losses and waste for each commodity group per year

Slide Content

This PowerPoint slide illustrates the percentage of food waste for different commodity groups per year, presenting a compelling visual of food waste statistics in an informative manner. It reveals that 30% of cereals are wasted, with industrialized countries discarding 286 million tons of cereal products. Fruits and Vegetables account for the highest waste at 45%, noting that almost half of all produced are wasted. Oilseeds and Pulses see 20% of global production lost, while Roots and Tubers also face a significant waste percentage of 45%, with North America and Oceania contributing 5,814,000 tons of waste on consumption alone.

Graphical Look

  • Four rectangular panels, each with a unique shade - two panels have a green hue and the other two have a blue tint.
  • Each panel contains a leafy icon related to the food category it represents: cereals, fruits and vegetables, oilseeds and pulses, and roots and tubers.
  • Large, bold percentage figures are displayed in the center of each panel, indicating the waste numerically - 30%, 45%, 20%, and 45% respectively.
  • The name of each food category is highlighted at the top of each panel in white, capital letters.
  • A brief description or statistic is provided at the bottom of each panel in a smaller font, offering additional insights into food waste.
  • The font color contrasts with the background, ensuring readability.
  • The slide's background is a soft beige color, devoid of any patterns or images.

The overall look of the slide is clean and professional, with a strong focus on readability and information hierarchy. The visually distinct panels make it easy to identify and compare statistics at a glance.

Use Cases

  • Presenting food waste data in environmental awareness presentations to highlight the extent of the issue.
  • Educating audiences in agricultural conferences about the global impact of food losses in different commodity sectors.
  • Utilizing in business strategy meetings within the food and agriculture industry to discuss waste reduction targets.
  • Sharing in educational settings such as university lectures on sustainability and resource management.

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