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Lidl shows appetite with food waste drive 2012-08-13 - No Comments

The supermarket chain Lidl has now appointed Prosper De Mulder Ldt (PDM) to handle all of its food waste. Lidl was already collaborating with PDM for the collection of unsold meat. Now, with agreement, Lidl also included vegetables, fruit and bread. From now on, all of Lidl’s non-meat waste products will be processed through PDM’s ReFood anaerobic digestion process.


A spokesperson for Lidl affirmed that they recycle 92% of their waste, which is transported from stores to regional depots. Therefore, the collection is made from one location and the carbon emissions are reduced. This new arrangement is part of the sustainable path that Lidl is following and will contribute to the generation of renewable energies.


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