Podcasts Food Waste (FW)

Don’t Try This At Home

Episode: 9

You can’t compost meat, but meat can be composted. Where meat ends up is becoming as important to customers as where meat comes from.


FOOD WASTE (FW)


By Caitlin Pierce



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Don’t Try This At Home

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You can't compost meat, but meat can be composted. Where meat ends up is becoming as important to customers as where meat comes from.FOOD WASTE (FW)By Caitlin Pierce

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