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Wasting Less Food This Holiday Season

The holiday season and 2022 is upon us! Here are five easy tips to waste less and reduce your own food waste footprint now and into the coming year.  (SPOILER ALERT: #5 of them is to eat upcycled. Shocking, we know!)  Let's get started... 1) Your Meal Plan Is Shopping List Decide which recipes you’ll cook for the week before heading…

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How To Make Upcycled Vegetable Broth At Home

The tops of carrots, stems of kale, ends or celery, and skins of onions and garlic are all parts that we would normally throw away or compost.  Making soup broth instead is one of the easiest and time-honored ways to upcycle food at home. With so many convenient packaged options available at the grocery store,…

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Sustainability Spotlight: Got Bag

Upcycling takes many different forms. Whether it's transforming brewer's spent grain into flavorful snack puffs or plastic into bags, both ReGrained and Got Bag share a mission of turning waste into things we can use and love. Bonded by our similar business model, we asked our friends at Got Bag to learn more about their upcycling process!  "What is Got Bag, and…

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The Upcycled Food Certification Standard!!!

Together with the Upcycled Certification Standards Committee and the UFA Board we are proud to present the world’s first Upcycled Certification Standard—fully ratified, approved and ready for implementation. This exciting milestone is the culmination of a seven-month process. The diverse team of exceptional individuals that comprised the Standards Committee brought expertise, passion, and dedication to…

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ReGrained’s Guide to Eating Responsibly in 2021

2020 tested all of us. We faced both personal and collective challenges. However, 2020 also revealed incredible moments of humanity, of reaching beyond ourselves to help others. In that spirit, we were inspired to craft some New Year’s Resolutions to "Eat Responsibly" and share them with you! #1 Prepare a Plan Eating healthfully and sustainably starts before even stepping…

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