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Pacific Coast Food Waste Commitment

WRAP’s role

WRAP provides technical input into the delivery of Pacific Coast Food Waste Commitment (PCFWC).

In the development phase of the initiative, this involved supporting the adoption of the Courtauld Commitment model into local context. In the current phase, WRAP is mobilising collaborative action through signatory working groups and intervention projects.

WRAP is also integral to the governance of PCFWC, shaping the direction of travel of the initiative to maximize impact.

Who's signed up?

Signatories include major retailers, food manufacturers, growers, distributors, and hospitality and foodservice businesses. View the latest list of signatories here


PCFWC shares the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 12.3, a target to half food waste by 2030.

Activity also supports United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2, zero hunger by 2030.

Milestones and impact

The initiative has made significant progress as highlighted in the latest annual report and suite of case studies.

For example, the Impact Calculator in ReFED’s Food Waste Insights Engine estimates that the current impacts of unsold food in the region are 167,825,210 meals donated. That’s enough to feed 153,000 people for one year!   

Visit the Pacific Coast Food Waste Commitment website