Kraft Foods has zero waste plants

Kraft has cut its net manufacturing waste by 30% and recycles or reuses 90% of its waste.

Kraft has several plants that don’t use landfills, as they’ve found alternative uses for all their garbage.

Mustard seed hulls leftover from the manufacture of Grey Poupon are being used as animal feed in Pennsylvania farms where they are sent from the Allentown plant.

They’ve also cut packaging in their products by 174 million pounds compared to their 2005 baseline.

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