Track: Sustainability in Supply Chain, Enterprise Operations and Strategies including Food Supply Chain
In 2013, FAO has made Food Waste and Loss a global issue, strengthened through SDGs 12.3 in 2015. Indonesia is a country that contributes to the second-largest food waste in the world according to the Food Sustainability Index. Since 2012 Indonesia has raised the issue of Food Waste and Loss as a national issue through PP no. 81 of 2012, in 2018 again focused on Food Waste and Loss. However, the number of Indonesian FWL still continue to increase until 2021. This study aims to find out, Do government rules and programs affect FWL fluctuation conditions with regard to the existence of government rules and programs? This research uses mixed methods, qualitative research methods by using Value-Belief-Norm Theory as a testing theory to analyze the research. This paper will use a quantitative method by using a non-probability sampling method involving respondents who have the characteristics of adolescents aged 12-25 years, and adults aged 26-45 years, with the criteria of household, service, and retail actors. This study found that, in the Value-Belief-Norm theory, humans have egoistic values which can pose a threat to the environment, but biospheric and altruistic attitudes are pro-environmental actions.
Keywords: Food Waste and Loss, Covid-19, VBN Theory, Indonesia