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    Entrepreneurs turning beer byproduct into bread, cookies and profits

    Via The Star
    VANCOUVER—When Jeff Dornan opened a brewery six years ago, he knew the brewing process would produce hundreds of kilograms of spent grain, and he had a plan for it.

    Rather than pay to dump it in a landfill, he partnered with a farmer to haul it away and feed it to his animals.

    Not every craft brewer can access farmers in need of feed, so an industry has formed around spent grain with entrepreneurs turning it into cookies, breads and even dog treats.

    “Everyone’s trying to think of creative ways of minimizing their carbon footprint,” said Dornan, who is also chairman of Ontario Craft Brewers, a trade association representing more than 80 members.

    https://www.thestar.com/business/201...d-profits.html

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    You need another license to sell dog treats.

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    another license?

    Would that be a "Dog License"??? : )
    Good point. Anyone offering a food product for people or pets should check their local licensing requirements.

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    You mean the CARBON LIE.....

    Quote Originally Posted by admin View Post
    Via The Star
    VANCOUVER—When Jeff Dornan opened a brewery six years ago, he knew the brewing process would produce hundreds of kilograms of spent grain, and he had a plan for it.

    Rather than pay to dump it in a landfill, he partnered with a farmer to haul it away and feed it to his animals.

    Not every craft brewer can access farmers in need of feed, so an industry has formed around spent grain with entrepreneurs turning it into cookies, breads and even dog treats.

    “Everyone’s trying to think of creative ways of minimizing their carbon footprint,” said Dornan, who is also chairman of Ontario Craft Brewers, a trade association representing more than 80 members.

    https://www.thestar.com/business/201...d-profits.html
    With all the good points made which are noted, this nonsensei about Carbon Footprints is a MASS MIND CONTROL AFFAIR.
    Humans and Plants are carbon based beings. The Earth is not a GREENHOUSE. There is NO MAN MADE GLOBAL WARMING, and C02 is definitely good for us and the plants.
    The more the better.
    The Earth is expanding and mankinds' folly does not enter into more than less than 1% of anything.
    Full stop.
    This idea that " Carbon " somehow has to be checked and limited is political in origin and was given to us by tyrannical forces who are on unrestrained control trips. Its a major scam, and is designed to asset strip the population and get them in lockstep with a control agenda. This needs to be realized as soon as possible so it can be purged from the memetic lexicon.
    Last edited by Starcat; 08-20-2019 at 11:22 AM.
    Warren Turner
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    Moab Brewery
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