FT FOOD REVOLUTION
Silo, a "zero waste" restaurant in Hackney, which rejects the bin, makes ice cream from waste bread, turns seaweed into pendant lighting and "upcycles" used wine bottles.
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Upcycling, the practice of using leftover, used or reject materials to make new food products, is now a fast-growing industry in Europe and the US.