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A vote for your favourite bread can be a vote for the circular economy

It’s always thrilling when you can make a choice that is both moral and delicious. This is one of those times!

CSI member Spent Goods is up for Best Bakery / Bread in Now’s Annual Reader’s Choice Awards. Spent Goods works with small-to-medium businesses to re-imagine food waste in order to reduce their expenses and generate new revenue. To cast a ballot for the circular economy, click here! You’ll be on the page for the Reader’s Choice category of Food & Drink! Best Bakery / Bread is the third category:

You have until September 26 to vote! Spread the word!

More about Spent Goods:
Henderson Brewing Co provides their spent grains to Drake Commissary, an artisan bakery, who makes delicious food that is then sold by The Spent Goods Company via grocery stores, farmer’s markets, schools and restaurants. Their initiatives have been acknowledged most recently by CBC, BlogTO as “Toronto’s latest bread craze,” and NOW Magazine.

The Spent Goods Company is a Food transformer – they find complementary businesses to partner with, make new products with their by-products and get them in front of customers.

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