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Food Choices Are a Key Strategy for Sustainable Tourism added by Gaur Aastha Anurag

Rating 85/100. The article shows how food choices during a travel affects the sustainability of tourism, offering suggestions to both tourist industries and tourists about promoting more sustainable seafood to reduce pollution.

Hong Kong's mounting food waste problem added by Chun Lam CHAN

Rating 70/100. Food waste, one of the largest source of trash in Hong Kong, mostly ends up as landfill. Companies are trying to turn food waste into useful products, however, more efforts are needed to tackle this serious problem.

Are Hongkongers really getting fatter? The recent obesity alarm explained added by Ye Zhi Mian

Rating:80/100. The article reveals the rapid growth of overweight population in Hong Kong due to unhealthy eating style and less exercise. The reasons behind may be the popularity of buffets, the prevalence of long working hours, low household incomes, etc.

Dark kitchens: Where does your food delivery really come from? | CNBC Reports added by Gaur Aastha Anurag

Rating 85/100. The video introduces the concept of dark kitchens, which is a new mode of food production and delivery. It is an affordable way for restaurants to expand and also shorten the food delivery time for customers.

HK URBAN ROOFTOP FARMING added by Chi Chau Hang Frankie

Rating 80/100. The article introduces what rooftop farming is and compares it with other forms of urban farming. The general growing conditions of rooftop farms in Hong Kong are reported to be very favourable for farming.

So, Is Organic Food Actually More Sustainable? added by Cui Jingran

Rating 90/100. Organic food is considered sustainable since it does not use pesticide, however, its sustainability should be reconsidered when more factors are taken into account, such as black plastic used in the organic farm and lower crop yield. The article suggests a combination of conventional and organic agriculture be the most sustainable mode.

South Korea once recycled 2% of its food waste. Now it recycles 95% added by Kim Hyunjoo

Rating 80/100. South Korea uses smart bins which charge residents for food deposition. Residents are urged to remove moisture first since dry food waste can be turned into fertilizers in urban farms.

What Are the Biggest Barriers to Eating Healthy? added by Kho Patrick Thomas

Rating 75/100. The article lists several barriers to a healthy diet such as bad habits, insufficient time, confusing diet plans and higher costs.

Takeaway food consumption and obesity added by CHAU Gabriella

Rating 70/100. This report shows the connection between takeaway food consumption and obesity. Consuming less takeaway is recommended for a healthy diet and avoiding obesity.

How to develop a waste food delivery app added by Ayeni Semiat

Rating 80/100. This article talks about several things that should be considered to develop a waste food delivery app and then introduces some existing apps.