In order to effectively facilitate waste management planning in Indonesia, the country faces the crucial task of constructing a smarter and more sustainable food ecosystem. This entails implementing innovative technologies and comprehensive strategies that enhance visibility and accountability throughout the entire food supply chain. By adopting intelligent systems and data-driven solutions, stakeholders in the food industry can gain real-time insights into food production, distribution, and consumption. This increased visibility not only enables prompt identification of inefficiencies and wastage but also empowers stakeholders to make informed decisions to optimize resource utilization and reduce food loss. Furthermore, fostering a culture of sustainability within the food ecosystem can lead to improved practices, such as reducing overproduction, implementing responsible packaging, and encouraging food redistribution, all contributing to a more eco-friendly and waste-conscious environment in Indonesia.


To support waste management planning in Indonesia, the country must build a smarter and sustainable food ecosystem with innovative technologies, enhancing visibility and accountability across the food supply chain. Adopting intelligent systems and data-driven solutions allows stakeholders to gain real-time insights into production, distribution, and consumption, facilitating the identification of inefficiencies and enabling informed decisions to reduce food loss. Fostering a culture of sustainability leads to improved practices like reducing overproduction, responsible packaging, and food redistribution, promoting an eco-friendly and waste-conscious environment in Indonesia.

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