New York City eateries move to take a bite out of food waste

04/26/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

More than 100 New York City restaurants including Momofuku, Le Bernardin, Chipotle and Pret a Manger have joined a pledge to cut the amount of food waste they send to landfills by 50% by boosting composting and recycling efforts, Mayor Michael Bloomberg announced Thursday. Restaurants currently generate about 70% of the city's commercial food waste, he said.

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