As Peter Skelton, Expert from WRAP said, “reducing food loss and waste, requires cooperation from all key actors, such as government, private sectors, experts, academic, NGOs and donors to develop target reduction strategies”. The Voluntary Approach (VA) approach that emphasize on strong government support, commitment from private sectors and sustainable funding would be an input to solve food loss and waste problem in Indonesia. Nestlé, one of the IBCSD member also shared its practice by giving a holistic view regarding food loss in Nestlé ‘s supply chain and emphasizing the importance of incorporating productivity loss to the food loss measurement. According to Wisman Djaja, Director of Sustainable Agriculture Development Nestlé Indonesia, “The Government of Indonesia should take a lead in coordinating between sectors and forward thinking companies can play a significant role in leading a way towards a more sustainable system”