bakery waste

bakery waste

may be overflow bread or dough or be moldy, or contain substances other than farinaceous ones. Normal dough or bread or flour can cause carbohydrate engorgement in horses and ruminants. If the fungi on moldy bread are toxic, poisoning may also result. Bread or pastry containing meat may cause the spread of diseases carried in meat scraps, e.g. foot-and-mouth disease, swine fever.
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Bakery waste can replace corn grains and wheat bran in concentrate feed mixtures up to 60 % in growing lambs rations without any adverse effects on animal's performance with increasing growth rate.
The anti-food waste organisation Wrap, claim that 680,000 tonnes of "avoidable" bakery waste is disposed of each year, about 80 percent of it from packs that are opened but unfinished, assumed because of expiry of best before date.
Bakery Waste (BW) consists of surplus and left over materials collected from bakeries and other food processing plants.
28 December 2009 - Bakery Feeds, a bakery waste recycling firm and producer of the animal feed ingredient called Cookie Meal, is planning to build a new 27,500 square foot plant in North Baltimore in early 2010.
UKRM's transport manager was told by the waste broker that it was "cake", from which he assumed it was bakery waste.
Animal feed is often made from industrial by-products, such as bakery waste, which needs to be processed and often combined with other materials.
The team's first project for Xethanol is expected to focus on the rapid assessment of commercial viability for technology to convert bakery waste into ethanol fuel to be added to gasoline for motor vehicles.
In addition, bakery waste from USA or Europe may include sugars and fats, while those produced in other countries have probably less energetic materials.
The factory was using dried bakery waste as an ingredient for its feed but in the process of drying the waste dioxins were released, apparently from burning wood, which in turn contaminated the feed.
Bond proceeds will be used to finance a manufacturing facility that will recycle bakery waste material and process it into an animal feed supplement.
Organic wastes used in the production of animal feed products include cheese whey, ice cream, bakery waste and shrimp shells.