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How a tech startup accidentally cut down on food waste

NEW YORK — Food waste, long a headache for restaurants, has become an entrepreneurial concern with startups addressing it head-on with innovative concepts from recycling grocery waste into organic fertilizer to making watermelon water out of unattractive melons that wouldn’t sell. In New York City, as much as one third of business waste is from food scraps and food-soiled paper and yard
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