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To achieve success in your sustainability efforts, you and your colleagues need to be inspired and, most importantly, understand why it is crucial to reduce food waste. In our training sessions, we provide you with concrete tips on how to practically minimize your food waste. We also explain the relevance of the UN's global goals to the restaurant business.

Our courses

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Food waste training - Basic training

Professional Chef

Food waste training - In-depth

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Climate-smart cookshop

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Meal friends in public activities

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Food waste & motivation


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Business-specific training

Generation Waste Academy

At the Generation Waste academy, for a limited period, you get access to a complete educational material that is made up of text, videos and quizzes. There, the participant can train at their own pace individually or as a group.

Upon completion of a training course, you also receive a diploma as proof that you have completed one of our training courses. The training course focuses on reducing food waste, but with different orientations for different target groups.

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Basic food hygiene for reduced food waste

Garnishing Gourmet Meal

Generation Waste basic training

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Sustainable consumption and production

Inspiration, understanding, and involvement are three essential elements for creating change, and at Generation Waste, we understand this through experience.

When you collaborate with us at Generation Waste, you actively work towards sustainable consumption and production in line with our Global Goal 12. Specifically, we contribute to achieving Target 12.3, which aims to halve global food waste by 2030.


Our involvement in your operations promotes a responsible approach, and we place great emphasis on including everyone in sustainability efforts. We create an understanding of sustainability from a broader perspective, encompassing several of the United Nations' global goals in Agenda 2030, which can engage your employees.


Sustainable consumption not only brings environmental benefits but also social and economic advantages, such as increased competitiveness, growth in both the local and global markets, higher employment rates, improved health, and reduced poverty. The transition to sustainable consumption and production of goods is a necessity to reduce our negative impact on the climate and the environment."

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