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British Chefs Donate Waste For Composting, Then Growing Produce For Restaurants

November 5, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
A self-styled “food waste farmer” is teaching British chefs to rent plots of land, donate their waste food for composting, then grow crops for use by their restaurants. About ten London chefs are renting 1,100-square-foot gardens owned by Indie Ecology, which are worked by farmers to organically grow whatever fruits, vegetables, and flowers the chefs want. The goal of former chef Igor Vaintraub is to help transform the way chefs think and act about their impact on nature and the environment.  [Image Credit: © Vermont Compost Company ]
"Plotting to convert waste into taste", The Sunday Telegraph (London), November 05, 2017, © Telegraph Media Group Limited
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