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Innovative Technologies Turn Food Processing Waste Into Healthful Powders

July 13, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
A start-up based in Colorado has combined five “eco-sustainability” technologies that preserve, dehydrate and mill “almost any raw food” to create healthful food powders. Its first product is a powder made from orange peels left over from juice production in Mexico. The powder can be sprinkled on salads, blended into smoothies, baked into recipes, etc. NewfoodZ has now launched an Indiegogo funding campaign to raise $1.5 million over 45 days to expand the business to Alaska. There it hopes to apply the technology to Native American salmon processing waste. Upcoming projects will target apples, sweet potatoes and carrots.
"NewfoodZ Launches Indiegogo Campaign to Reduce Industrial Food Waste", News release, NewfoodZ, July 13, 2016, © NewfoodZ
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