No-Waste Restaurant Serves Food That Would Otherwise End in Landfills

No-Waste Restaurant Serves Food That Would Otherwise End in Landfills
Food & Beverage

Can a zero-waste model reform an otherwise wasteful industry?

Macala Wright
  • 22 february 2016

This week in London, Tiny Leaf, one the latest U.K. restaurants to join the zero waste movement. The organic, vegetarian restaurant opened in Notting Hill week and is serving local fare sourced from local suppliers which would otherwise go to waste.

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