CRUST Japan K.K. Launches First Alcohol Drink Made From Surplus Food To Fight Food Waste
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Headquartered in Singapore, food-tech startup CRUST has been set up an Osaka office.
The company will start by upcycling edible but otherwise wasted bread and rice to create a Pilsner-style alcohol drink. Other non-alcoholic drinks have also been made using fruit and vegetables peels, coffee grounds, and cacao husks.
Starting on March 4, 2021, everyone can enjoy the first-ever CRUST Pilsner made from surplus bread and rice and produced in Japan on the website Makuake.
■Press Release : 日本初！CRUST JAPAN株式会社、食品ロスを原料としたアルコール
■Product : 【シンガポールから上陸！】SDGsに貢献出来るピルスナー開発プロジェクト！（Makuake)
Company Name: CRUST JAPAN K.K.
CEO: Jim Huang
Address: GVH#5 Hankyu Five Annex Building 1-12 Kakuda-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka (Osaka Office)
Business Content: Research, development, and provision of food-loss-upcycling technology