The average restaurant produces more than 25000 pounds of food waste each year Finding a way to cut that amount takes some imagination

The average restaurant produces more than 25,000 pounds of food waste each year. Finding a way to cut that amount takes some imagination.

Natural approaches to reducing food waste

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Most restaurant operators are cognizant of the amount of plastic, styrofoam and aluminum that ends up in landfills. But they might be surprised to learn that the average U.S. restaurant produces more than 25,000 pounds of food waste every year.

Clearly, it’s a good idea to try to reduce that amount, and your customers will appreciate your efforts. Here are three examples of restaurants, some small and some large, that are adopting natural methods for combating food waste.

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