No waste ice cream made from leftover produce

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More than 40 percent of food in the United States is wasted, something family-run artisan ice cream makers Salt and Straw are drawing attention to with their summer 2017 limited edition flavors. The menu will consist of ice cream made from food that would otherwise go to waste. Local food redistribution organizations will help with the procurement of produce, and Salt and Straw will also work with local farmers and other businesses such as brewers. Planned flavors include Spent Brewer’s Malts & Candied Bacon S’mores and Second-Steeped Rum Spices & Apple Butter, and will depend on location and month. Salt…

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