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Eco-Friendly Snack Makers Deliver Sustainability With Flavors

April 19, 2021: 12:00 AM EST
ABC News reported on several companies that market inventive upcycled snacks that fight food waste. Brewer's Crackers (Boston, Mass.) takes would-be food waste, like spent barley and wheat, from the craft brewing industry and transforms it into crackers and chips. Seconds Carrot Crackers (New York, N.Y.) partners with juice and produce companies to upcycle nutritious pulps and peels, dehydrate them, and mill them into a flour that's mixed with nutritious seeds and baked into a crisp cracker. RIND Dried Fruit Blends (New York, N.Y.) makes its fiber-rich dried fruit snacks with non-GMO Project Verified fruit sourced mainly from small family farms in California with minimal to no processing and zero added sugars. Lastly, Hive Marketplace provides an online snack aisle showcasing an array of sustainable products.
Kelly McCarthy, "Sustainable snacks that taste good and do good for the environment", ABC News, April 19, 2021, © ABC News Internet Ventures. ABC News Network
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