Date labelling in the Nordic countries
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Date labelling in the Nordic countries

Practice of legislation

Findings on the state and changes in Arctic human development and wellbeing are presented. Based on our analysis and conclusions from the five case studies the framework for an ASI monitoring system is introduced. We argue that the long-term monitoring of human development in the Arctic would be greatly facilitated by the regular and frequent collection and reporting of relevant data, including those required for the proposed small set of ASI indicators.

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Nordic Council of Ministers

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As part of the Nordic Prime Ministers' green growth initiative, The Nordic Region - leading in green growth, the Nordic Council of Ministers has initiated a project focusing on reducing food waste in the entire food supply chain. The overall aim was to reduce food waste without endangering food safety. The project consisted of three sub projects: 1) Definitions and surveys of food waste from primary production, 2) Date labelling, and 3) Redistribution of food. This report summarizes results from a Nordic project on date labelling and practice of legislations in the Nordic countries, phase 1.