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Waste not, want not: Hong Kong cafe zeros in on reducing trash
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18 April 2020
On 18 April 2020 Reuters reported:
A zero food waste cafe in Hong Kong is trying to tackle the financial hub's escalating trash problem by providing meals that are fully compostable, such as vegetables and herb flatbreads, and packaging that is turned into fertilizer.
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