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The problem of waste that is still not managed is quite high, namely as much as 35.76% is still not managed. Most of the waste in Indonesia is still in the form of food waste (food waste) which is a very important global issue. On average, 65 kg of food ends up as food waste per person per year, with the proportion of 25% being vegetables, 24% being cereals, and 12% being fruits. Meanwhile in Indonesia, waste management including food waste has not been carried out in an integrated manner. Household waste is still found in many streets and has not been sorted. Where household waste is carried out, it will later be disposed of at TPS and will be transported by cleaners to TPA without processing. One way to prevent food loss and waste is through education and training/assistance. The purpose of this activity is to solve waste problems from environmental, social and economic aspects in achieving Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) and to establish cooperation with waste banks which are very helpful in realizing this activity in solving food loss and waste problems. The community service method used consists of several stages, preparatory stage, stage I, stage II, stage III and stage IV. The expected results of the activity are that the community, traders, MSMEs have an understanding of increasing food loss and waste prevention and can be applied in sustainable daily life. The target and output of this activity is to improve environmental quality, economic aspects, and social aspects in overcoming waste problems by establishing a sustainable food bank and wider coverage and training. The academic outputs of this activity are journals, videos, mass media, and copyrights as well as increasing public knowledge.


Food Loss Food Waste Liquid Organic Fertilizer (POC) Household waste

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Devi Angeliana Kusumaningtiar, Gisely Vionalita, & Taufik Rendi Anggara. (2023). Pencegahan Food Loss And Waste Dengan Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Mencapai Sustainable Public Procurement (SPP) Di Kota Bekasi. Piramida: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat, 2(2), 36-41. Retrieved from