Attention, bread shoppers: A Texas company could have the answer to some consumers' unwelcome discovery that just-purchased loaves contain mold.
Down the back stairs of the clubhouse kitchen, on a plot lost among the expanse of tightly trimmed fairways and greens, weeks-old food is buried under a tarp and mulch and left to decompose.
The food system is broken. In Indiana and around the world, vast amounts of food are wasted while many go hungry. One-third of all greenhouse gas emissions come from agriculture. The number of food-related disease is on the rise.
The Recycling and Waste Reduction District of Porter County has trashed plans to begin accepting commercial food waste at its Boone Grove compost site.
VALPARAISO | Using food waste to generate power at the city's sewage treatment plant could have multiple benefits besides lowering the plant's electric bill.
VALPARAISO | With rising eletric rates, it's no mystery why staff members at the city's sewage treatment plant are always looking for ways to be more efficient.
Here's a topic for a philosophical debate should you ever feel philosophic and want to debate something: Is there anything a NIMBY would not object to having in his or her backyard?
There's more than enough food to feed the world -- at least there could be. This might not be hard to believe while still enjoying the late season harvests of corn, greens, squash and apples from places like Crown Point, South Bend and LaPorte.
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