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  • This Sainsbury's store is fuelled by waste
  • This Sainsbury's store is fuelled by waste
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This Sainsbury's store is fuelled by waste

Nearly 40 million tonnes of food is wasted a year in the US alone, and worldwide this number is two billion tonnes. With interest and concern about food waste continuing to rise, brands are beginning to take notice - like Sainsbury's and its store entirely powered by waste.

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