pineapple scraps

Many scraps can go into restaurant dishes, but Items like pineapple skins might find their way into animal food or energy production.

Produce processor pushing new uses for scraps

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Thomas McQuillan at Baldor Specialty Foods would love for the restaurant world to stop thinking of food waste as garbage.

A large produce and specialty food distributor for the Northeast based in New York, Baldor processes more than a quarter of a million pounds of produce each week. That process produces tens of thousands of pounds of what have long been called trimmings, scraps, peelings or byproduct: carrot tips and greens, celery cores, fruit skins, fennel shavings or ugly p

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