Two major projects that make use of discarded produce as part of the fight against food waste are kicking off in the UK - one research initiative that looks to re-use wasted food and analyse its nutritional content and a novel restaurant which upcycles unwanted produce by transforming it into tasty dishes for diners in Manchester.
Thanks to a generous tribe of crowdfunding backers, Real Junk Food cafe and restaurant will be opening soon in Manchester using food that would have been thrown away to create nutritious meals sold on a pay-as-you-feel (P-A-Y-F) basis.
For the last year, Real...
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