Meet the smart bin technology helping kitchens slash food waste

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The smart bin technology in action | Credit: Winnow
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The smart bin technology in action | Credit: Winnow

BusinessGreen Technology Award winner Winnow helps kitchens curb food waste by tracking which items end up in the trash

There's certainly a case for arguing that 2016 could one day be seen as the year food waste finally hit the mainstream in the UK, with major targets set by food manufacturers and supermarkets, the London Evening...

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