In order to help hit the zero-waste goal for the Super Bowl in Minneapolis this year, the NFL along with partners Aramark, PepsiCo, US Bank Stadium, and the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority turned to compostables.
The stadium’s food and beverage service provider Aramark said that they had made more than 70 different products such as cups, trays, straws, and utensils compostable. In a first for the big game, attendees could purchase pre-packed peanuts in compostable bags. More than 91% of the trash generated during the big game was successfully recovered, and 29% got composted.
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