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How the Food Industry Is Fighting Food Waste

Food waste is everywhere. It's all along the supply chain, from the farm to the manufacturing facility to the bagged lunch your second grader only ate half of before recess, and it happens for all sorts of different reasons. Ultimately, there is a lot of food waste. In fact, up to 40 percent of the food grown in the U.S. is wasted. The food manufacturing sector is working to solve this challenge, both with consumers and in their own operations, with big results.
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