Vol.4, No.1


  • Trisha Mae Zacarias Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Joyce Ann Muyano Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Hannah Merin Bestlink College of the Philippines
  • Elaine Valientes Bestlink College of the Philippines




Food reduction must be manageable to prevent food waste; once it happens, our community
will be as good as we expected. It must be solved, especially now that there is more and more
garbage around or even in the waste disposal bins they do not throw properly. To avoid
improper segregation of garbage every time, waste disposal must be implemented by the
company or the people assigned to prevent that kind of problem from affecting the guests,
customers, or clients around them.

This study shows that upcycled foods that have an auditable supply chain were commonly
implemented, and accepting items that were only ordered will prevent excess and wasted
food. The FIFO (First in, First Out) method is also suggested to avoid waste products as well
as proper segregation. All food waste goes to the general waste bin under two processes to go
through, and it should also help the environment.

Students should continue to be inspired and motivated to become analytic in providing their
views on relevant and critical issues that may contribute to their field of undertaking.
Employees need to gain more knowledge and be educated to avoid food waste reduction.
Customers should also know and be motivated to reduce food waste when it comes to
ordering food.



How to Cite

Zacarias, T. M. ., Muyano, J. A. ., Merin, H. ., & Valientes, E. . (2024). Tabor: Vol.4, No.1. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1). Retrieved from

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