Paper Title
Framework for Waste Food Management

As much as 33% of the food purposefully developed for human utilization is rarely burned-through and is consequently wasted, with huge ecological, social what's more financial ramifications. In this unique circumstance, this paper adopts a comprehensive strategy determined to accomplish a better comprehension of the various kinds of food waste, furthermore utilizing this information to help informed choices for more supportable administration of food waste. With this point, existing food squander classifications are explored and their convenience is dissected an orderly technique to distinguish sorts of food waste. For each kind of food waste portrayed, a bunch of waste administration options are proposed to limit natural impacts and amplify social and financial advantages. As a result, sorts of food waste which could be overseen in a more manageable way are recognized and proposals are given. Keywords - Food Waste, Waste Management, Waste Categorization, Food Sustainability, Waste Prevention