What happens with cutting waste?

Food waste is the loss of usable vegetables, fruit or other ingredients. Cutting waste is not included.

It is important that you photograph the cutting waste so that we can recognize it as such for you. However, it does not count towards the total kilograms per week. 

Registering cutting waste

Orbisk's image recognition technique distinguishes cutting waste from other foods. We categorize the cutting waste separately in the report so that you can clearly see what can and cannot be prevented. This way, you can focus on other categories where you can reduce waste.

Want to know more about all the different categories? Read the article Categories & ingredients.

Examples of cutting waste

Salads topped with tomatoes or other vegetables, as seen in this photo, are not considered cutting waste:

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