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what I have here are some I can be balls that were over produce %HESITATION yesterday and unfortunately now have to be thrown away this small garbage can is on a mission to prevent your food and doing up in the landfill it uses a camera to assess the trash and then calculates how much that food would have cost nothing is food waste about for the environment but it's also a huge expense to companies we currently throwing out one point six million tons of food around the world annually worth around one point two trillion dollars so that's why when I visions new products comes and says the company CEO mark zones the technology is an artificial intelligence enable system that takes pictures of food as it's being thrown away identifies that food puts a cost on that food and then helps kitchens drive change we're working here with ikea the system is installed in all of their sites across the UK and Ireland and in the U. K. and Ireland I kia has been able to already cut their food waste by value by fifty percent when I says about fifteen percent of Facebook for commercial kitchens like restaurants ends up being thrown out to reduce this and other consumer waste the United Nations has set the world of targets to harvest by twenty fatty , this new device is an upgrade its developers claim the first model has already saved commercial kitchens more than thirty million dollars in fees costs that's more than twenty three million meals per year