Beer made from bread? Food upcycling movement takes off in Singapore

Food waste valorisation involves converting food waste or by-products into higher value products that contribute back to the food supply. PHOTOS: DESMOND FOO, DESMOND WEE, CONFETTI SNACKS, KOSMODEHEALTH, SOYNERGY
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SINGAPORE - With more food companies marrying innovation and technology with zero-waste production, the food upcycling movement is taking off in Singapore.

A growing crop of food tech start-ups is repurposing ingredients that are usually discarded, into functional food items.

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