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Food for the soil: Memphis restaurants brew up eco-friendly eats

By , Daily Memphian Published: June 09, 2024 7:24 PM CT

“If we can remove some food waste from the landfill, then we can make a big impact on climate change,” Project Green Fork’s program manager said about the organization’s annual Loving Local event. 


Project Green Fork Loving Local Grind City Brewing Co. LuLu's Cafe & Bakery Good Fortune Co. Biscuits and Jams Shroomlicious Da Guilty Vegan Mempops Free with sign-up
Kambui Bomani

Kambui Bomani

Kambui Bomani is the general assignment and breaking news reporter for The Daily Memphian. He is a graduate of Jackson State University’s multimedia journalism program and earned a master’s degree in digital journalism from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School. His work has been published in Pro Football Focus, The Southside Stand, HBCU Legends, FanSided and Wisconsin Sports Heroics.


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