Ed Finkel

Food Waste Featured Panel

Byproducts of agriculture and food processing written off as “waste” and unthinkingly dumped into landfills can be profitably and sustainably reused as other food products for either humans or animals, or repurposed in industries like packaging, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals, according to panelists at a featured session on Monday at IFT FIRST, titled “Reimagining Food Waste to Put the ‘P’ in Profit & Loss.”

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Ed Finkel is a freelance journalist based in Evanston, Ill. ([email protected]).


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