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Israel Food Waste Industry Outlook 2022 - 2026

See how Israel Food Waste performed compared to key markets such as the United States, China and Germany.

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Israel is expected to generate 6.4 million metric tons of food waste by 2026, up from almost 6 million metric tons in 2021. This represents an average annual growth rate of 1.2%. Since 2005, Israeli food waste supply has seen an average yearly increase of 2.5%. In 2021, the country ranked 16th globally, with Switzerland ranked ahead at 5.96 million metric tons. China, Germany and Japan took the top three spots in the global ranking. Israel is anticipated to treat 6.4 million metric tons of food waste by 2026, up from 5.95 million metric tons in 2021. This translates to a year-on-year growth rate of 1.1%. Since 2009, the Israeli food waste market has seen an average annual growth of 2.5%. In 2021, the country ranked 17th in the world, with Switzerland again in the lead at 5.95 million metric tons. Germany, Japan and Mexico took the top three spots in the global ranking.

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