SUNBURY, Pa. – Weis Markets here has begun selling private-label compost created from store-provided food waste at all of its 164 stores.
The compost is being produced at American Biosoils & Compost, Skippack, Pa., which is receiving food waste – in the form of leftover produce, bakery, floral and other products – from 30 Weis stores, said Patti Olenick, sustainability manager for the chain, adding that 20 additional stores will be contributing food waste by the end ...
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