Closing the Loop Between Meals Waste and Animal Feed

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Closing the loop between meals waste and animal feed

Tim Hamelich
information reporter

That is Tim Hammerich from the Ag Data Community, chargeable for the Farm of the Future Report. Final 12 months, Do Good Meals constructed a multi-million greenback facility in Pennsylvania to transform surplus meals from grocery shops into poultry feed. The method is modern, however the idea isn’t new, he says, CEO Justin Kamine.

KAMINE…“After we had been rising up on a farm, we used to feed our home chickens and pigs and pets with leftovers. Chickens are omnivores, so it is nice that we are able to preserve the chilly chain and upcycle this dry feed by throwing in some grocery store surplus meals. We have now discovered it to be a superior, nutritionally constant product for animals.”

Kamine says that now that the primary manufacturing unit is up and operating, he desires to develop to different areas.

KAMINE…“Our objective is to assist clear up meals waste as rapidly as attainable. It is each an essential level and a spotlight in doing what we do, and connecting it to native farmers to develop Do Good rooster and put it again on retail cabinets like we acquire surplus groceries. Create a closed loop system and create its native system.”

This fodder rooster is marketed beneath the Do Good Rooster model.

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