The latest appliance fighting for space on your kitchen counter is the composting machine. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Nicole Papantoniou, Director of the Good Housekeeping, Kitchen Appliances & Innovation Lab. Good Housekeeping has been on newsstands since 1885. The Institute was created in 1900 to test home products, with the first Good House Keeping Seal in 1909. Today in 2022, consumers are interested in recycling food waste back into the soil as another piece of the healthy ecosystem puzzle. Composting can be easy if you live on a farm or in a home with outdoor space. In a small urban apartment, it can be challenging on many fronts, including the smell. This new crop of kitchen tech aims to eliminate the issues and the orders.
Photo Courtesy of Mike Garten and Good Housekeeping.
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