Announcing the ADM Institute's Preventing Postharvest Loss blog
The ADM Institute recently launched its blog, Preventing Postharvest Loss. With awareness growing around the world of the issue and impact of losses on the food chain, an outlet is needed for active dialogue on developing action steps and practical approaches for reducing loss. The advanced information-sharing capabilities of the blog format brings postharvest loss reduction into the 21st century, where leveraging modern technologies and seeking innovations can develop methods and techniques necessary for the sustainable prevention of loss.
Special features include:
- Perspectives: Direct engagement with thoughts and views of experts in postharvest loss research and prevention. Hear from our Director, faculty researchers, guest experts, and others on featured topics and PHL issues.
- Outcome Stories: Real-time sharing of lessons learned throughout the process of research, projects, field visits, and outreach events.
- PHL in the News Archive: Repository for online media uniquely gathered and curated by the ADM Institute and included in the PHL in the News weekly digest. To-date 75 editions have been published, which include approximately 600 articles that will be searchable by topic, location, issue, and other categories.
Read the first post, "Food Security, Postharvest Loss, and Henry Kissinger," from Steve Sonka, Director, ADM Institute for the Prevention of Postharvest Loss.