Where does Northwestern’s food waste go?

Sammi Boas, Senior Staffer

Have you ever wondered what happens to Northwestern’s leftover dining hall food? The waste, which measures up to about 3.6 tons, gets composted every week. Some trays of food that do not go out to serve go to Campus Kitchen, a group that repackages the food to give to community members in need.

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