In this case study we used the design thinking process to find possible solutions to this emerging problem of our times.
This initiative of food waste reduction tries to address a real human/ humanity problem. Thus the problem we are trying to solve is human centred and could potentially be solved following the design thinking process.
The solution to food waste reduction is not obvious. There are many possible ways to approach this problem and many angles we should take into account before committing to a solution, so the design thinking process could be beneficial to this initiative.
As the solution of this problem is not obvious and there are many angles to take into account, the uncertainty and complexity level for this project is high.
Collecting, framing and structuring of data is required to discover the real nutritional needs, the waste that occurs and how aware is the population about the current situation.
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