Kellogg’s launches beer made from leftover Corn Flakes to reduce food waste

Kellogg’s launches beer made from leftover Corn Flakes to reduce food waste
 

Kellogg’s will release a beer made from leftover Corn Flakes.
The beer is being made to lessen the environmental impact of food waste, to ensure that customers no longer worry about what happens to leftover food.
The Throw Away IPA is made by Seven Brothers Brewery in Manchester. It uses ‘upcycled’ cornflakes which are too big, small or overcooked to sell in a box of cereal, as a proportion of the wheat grain which goes into the beer.
The cornflakes actually sweeten the taste of the beer.
The beer is the same colour as cornflakes, and is helping food distribution charity FareShare, as 10p... read more

 
7 December 2018 in Lifestyle, Views: 198
Source: Metro
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