Local Pig Farmer Looking for Food Company By-Products | Prevent Waste By Partnering with Local Ag available.

Local Pig Farmer Looking for Food Company By-Products | Prevent Waste By Partnering with Local Ag available.
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Local Pig Farmer Looking for Food Company By-Products | Prevent Waste By Partnering with Local Ag available.

Hello my name is Joe Jorge and I’m a local pig farmer in  Sacramento  County.  We partner with local breweries, bakeries and many  other types  food businesses to pick up large volumes of excess food  by-products  from your operation. This is a great partnership because many times  reduces your garbage  and recycling bills, prevents food waste and helps  the environment while  allowing me to feed my animals and grow my small  farm. I am available to be a reliable partner pick up large volumes of   by-product on a regular basis in the Sacramento County region and   beyond. Depending on location and other factors sometimes I will  provide  this service for free. Other times I may charge a small fee for  this  service. And we understand that for some products we may need to  pay  you! Below is a list of what I am available to pick up. Please  contact me if you are interested in talking. Use the message trader  feature. MY LIST (NOTE: Please contact me even if your by-products are  not on this list and there may be something we can do). Our Needs: Clean  Byproducts And Food Waste. No Metal Glass Plastics  Wood Cardboard  Paper or Rubber Bands. Or No other Foreign materials that  can harm  Livestock

  • Apple pomace
  • Bagels
  • Bakery products
  • Beans
  • Beet greens
  • Bread
  • Brewer’s grain, wet
  • Cabbage
  • Candy
  • Candy product blends and byproducts
  • Carrot tops
  • Celery
  • Cereal byproduct
  • Chocolate
  • Cookie byproduct
  • Distillers with solubles/Distillery wet or dry
  • Donuts
  • Fruit twists
  • Kool-Aid drink mix
  • Lettuce
  • Pasta
  • Peanut skins
  • Potato, cull
  • Potato waste, dry
  • Pumpkin
  • Salad waste
  • Soda and Sugar products or by-products
  • Spinach
  • Starch waste
  • Tomato pomace
  • Milk waste wet and dry
  • Cannery Waste all
  • Spoiled Grains
  • And more

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EPA’s Food Recovery Hierarchy

The Food Recovery Hierarchy   prioritizes actions organizations can take to prevent and divert  wasted  food. Each tier of the Food Recovery Hierarchy focuses on  different  management strategies for your wasted food. The top levels of  the hierarchy are the best ways to prevent and  divert wasted food  because they create the most benefits for the  environment, society and  the economy.

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