How'd you like a big scoop of spiced-rum-flavored ice cream with streaks of sweet apple butter? What if those flavors were, well, secondhand? A small-batch ice cream chain in Portland, Oregon called Salt & Straw is featuring "rescued food" flavors in their June 2017 seasonal menu. Why? Because the world wastes millions of tons of food every year... and bruised apples ain't bad.
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