Warriors Against Waste: These Restaurants And Bars Are Aiming For Zero

by Maaniv Singh

Chef Douglas McMaster is committed to a “zero waste” ethos in his restaurants. (Photo:¬†Xavier Buendia/Courtesy of Doug McMaster)

Zero waste has become a sort of buzzword in the foodie world recently. From San Francisco to New York, London to Amsterdam, restaurateurs are challenging themselves to reduce the staggering amount of food waste that the industry generates.

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