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Chanzi Dar es Salaam: Building Circular Food Systems

We recently hosted an epic event to launch the Building Circular Food Systems partnership. It was a collaboration between key industry players and all about addressing waste management and sustainable food systems in Africa.

You may be wondering, what is a circular food system? A circular food system may sound like an obscure term, but it's actually a revolutionary approach to addressing food waste and sustainability. In simple terms, it's all about closing the loop and creating a system where nothing goes to waste.

At our recent event, we explored various strategies and innovative solutions to implement circular food systems in Africa. The ultimate goal is to create a sustainable and efficient food system that minimizes waste and maximizes resources.

Our team showcasing a step in the BSF lifecycle.

The panel discussion on public-private partnerships in the realm of sustainability, circular food systems, and waste management was nothing short of inspiring. It was an exploration of how collaboration and innovation can revolutionize the way we interact with our environment. As we grapple with critical issues such as sustainable agriculture, circular economies, and responsible waste handling, the insights shared by our panelists shed light on pathways to a more harmonious and eco-conscious future. With governments and private enterprises uniting their efforts, we are redefining the boundaries of what's achievable in the fields of sustainability and responsible resource management. This enlightening discussion illustrated that the synergy between public and private sectors holds the key to a more sustainable and efficient world for generations to come.

Panel discussion at the launch of the Building Circular Food Systems partnership in Dar es Salaam.

None of this would've been possible without the incredible Chanzi team. We're genuinely committed to sustainable food solutions, and we're excited about the future and the impactful work ahead as 'The Sustainable Protein Company'.

Chanzi Staff

Chanzi Staff

Data Delights

  • Dar es Salaam alone produces over 2,000 metric tons of waste.

  • A total of $2.3 million has been invested in a newly formed partnership called Building Circular Food Systems aiming to boost waste management in Kenya, Tanzania, and South Africa.

  • On average, Chanzi processes approximately 377.27 metric tons of waste each month. This results in a reduction of 8.57 metric tons of methane emissions and 196.18 metric tons of CO2 emissions.

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