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Postharvest Education Foundation
Globally, food losses and postharvest waste are estimated at 30 to 40% of production. Losses of perishable foods such as fruits and vegetables can be even higher during the postharvest period, depending upon the weather, access to storage or distance from markets. Utilizing improved postharvest practices often results in reduced food losses, improved overall quality and food safety, and higher profits for growers and marketers. But how can we teach people to use the postharvest handling practices that will best serve their needs? The Postharvest Education Foundation (PEF) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) public charity that aims to provide training and information to help people around the world to reduce postharvest food losses and food waste.
  • NGO
    PO Box 38 La Pine, Oregon 97739 USA
    La Pine
    United States
    North America
    North America
    1 (541) 708 1538
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    10. 07. 2014