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Oh Dear, Bread And Beer – And Reduced Food Waste

October 28, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
About 44 percent of bread baked in the U.K. is thrown away, but efforts are under way to put otherwise wasted bread to better use. Adelie Foods, for example, is working with Hambleton Brewery’s Toast Ale to turn surplus bread from bakeries, deli’s, and sandwich makers into beer. Using an average of one slice of bread per beer, Toast Ale has turned out about 6,000 beers from 220 kg of bread donated by Adelie since August. It’s “a delicious solution to the problem of bread waste,” says Toast Ale’s Julie Prebble.
"Adelie Foods and Toast Ale join Forces to Fight Surplus Bread Waste", FoodBev Media, October 28, 2016, © FoodBev Media Ltd
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