How economic uncertainty is affecting the food upcycling business

Matriark makes products like broth from food remnants. Its founder says a recession can make people think more carefully about resources.
"I like to say that we're not doing something new, we're doing something that people have done for thousands of years, which is use everything that's grown and not throw it out," says Anna Hammond, founder of Matriark Foods.
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