Did you know 400,000 tonnes of avoidable food waste is thrown away every year when we eat out? New research found Belfast patrons leave the most food on their plate, while people who live in Worcester mostly eat everything in front of them.
Unilever Food Solutions carried out the research to highlight the issue as part of its 'United Against Waste' campaign.
OnePoll analysed 29 UK towns and cities. Belfast threw the most away, followed by Brighton and Hove, Cardiff and Chelmsford.
Unilever Food Solutions hass invited more than 100 of the industry's biggest players and trade associations to join them at their global headquarters in London to debate how the industry can tackle avoidable food waste.
Tracey Rogers, managing director, Unilever Food Solutions said: "Some caterers are already reducing avoidable food waste very effectively and we have also launched a toolkit for reducing food waste, Wise up on Waste, which will help caterers to make their businesses more efficient. Together we must be united and share best practice so we can tackle the issues head on."