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StopWaste's Food Waste Prevention Programs featured in BioCycle Magazine

Smart Kitchen Iniative: Using the LeanPath monitoring system to track preconsumer food waste.
August 25, 2016

StopWaste programs to reduce food waste in commercial kitchens and Alameda County schools were recently profiled in BioCycle magazine. The Smart Kitchen Initiative is working to reduce waste through operational changes based on results of food waste tracking and measurement in food service businesses. StopWaste is working with local school districts to implement food waste reduction, food share and donation programs, as well as new organics diversion (composting) programs in K-12 schools. 

Read the August 2016 BioCycle article: "California County Ramps Up Food Recovery: StopWaste seeks to reduce food waste and increase donation in employee cafeterias and schools".