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GLRPPR Sector Resource: Food Waste Case Study: Bluebird Diner

Title:
Food Waste Case Study: Bluebird Diner

Abstract:
Jon Wilson and Thomas Connolly opened Bluebird Diner in the Northside Marketplace district of Iowa City in October, 2008. Bluebird boasts delicious homemade food with a bright and cheery modern style atmosphere. It provides customers with a unique experience in the restaurant's conscientious decision to implement food waste diversion and responsible dining. Whenever possible, food waste from Bluebird enters a compost pile, not a landfill.

URL:
http://iwrc.uni.edu/food-waste/case-studies/bluebird-diner

Source:
Iowa Waste Reduction Center

Resource Type:
Case study/success story

Date of Publication:
2016

Associated Sectors:

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