Tesco to use waste bread in new products

July 10, 2019 EcoVadis ‏‏‎

Tesco has announced it will using waste bread to create new products as research shows bread products make up a third of UK food waste. The supermarket will be using surplus baguettes and batons to make olive oil crostini and bread pudding, which will be sold in 24 selected stores. If successful and the products are rolled out it could cut by 40% waste from baguettes and batons – which are among the products that see the highest waste at the supermarket.



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