Inside London’s ‘zero waste’ restaurant | FT Food Revolution

Inside london's 'zero waste' restaurant | ft food revolution

Financial Times published this video item, entitled “Inside London’s ‘zero waste’ restaurant | FT Food Revolution” – below is their description.

The FT’s Daniel Garrahan and food critic Tim Hayward visit Silo, a ‘zero waste’ restaurant in Hackney, which rejects the bin, makes ice cream from waste bread, turns seaweed into pendant lighting and ‘upcycles’ used wine bottles

#food #zerowaste #upcycle #restaurants #business #sustainablilty #sustainablefood #supplychain #companies #eating #dining #foodvideo #foodie

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