Ohio grocers are trying to do something good with their fresh food waste. About 10 small and large grocers in the state, including Kroger, Giant Eagle and Dorothy Lane Market, will soon start a pilot project with the Ohio Grocers Association to recycle their organic waste. Still in the early stages, the OGA is trying to find a waste hauler that can pick up organic waste such as produce, meat and baked goods. “A trash management firm may not pick up these organics to take them to the ...

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