Status Summary

The bill was heard, amended and passed in the House Committee on Environment. Referred to Appropriations on 2/2. The bill did not come out of Approps, and therefore is dead.
No further action as of 2/15.

Legislative Session





Rep. Doglio

Establishes state food waste reduction goals and develops a state food waste reduction strategy.

Reduce food waste by 50% by the year 2030 (in relation to 2017 levels). By October 1, 2020, the department along with the Department of Agriculture and Department of Health must develop and adopt a state food waste reduction plan. 

Strategies should include: reduce food waste by residents and businesses, matching potentially wasted food with food banks and other distributors, and supporting productive uses of inedible food materials. Counties and cities will adopt a comprehensive solid waste management plan. Waste reduction strategies may include strategies to reduce wasted food and food waste.