SHOPRITE, AQUARIUM CUT WASTE MYSTIC, Conn. — A New London, Conn.-based ShopRite location has found an innovative way to dispose of its bruised and discolored produce. The store recently began donating 50 to 75 pounds of culled produce per week to the Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration here, where it will be fed to certain species of resident fish and invertebrates, saving the aquarium approximately $16,000 per year in feed costs and reducing the waste stream for the ShopRite ...

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