Startups and venture-capital firms see potential in an unlikely place: food waste. About 30% to 40% of food in the U.S. is thrown away, according to government estimates. Startups aiming to reduce this waste are attracting more interest as grocery retailers and other companies dealing with excess food are expanding their environmental, social and governance efforts, which could get a jolt from the climate summit taking place in Glasgow…. Capital One Ventures made a seed investment of an undisclosed amount into food-waste startup Goodr Inc. last year. Wall Street Journal
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