The upcycling food company, whose mission is to fight food waste by reusing spent grain from craft breweries, launches the first chocolate chip cookie made from spent grain.
The cookie is the newest addition to Brewer’s Foods’ already popular line of upcycled pita chips and flatbread crackers. This treat is made with high quality ingredients, including Callebaut chocolate, Cabot butter, and King Arthur flour, as well as with upcycled ingredients, meaning that the ingredients are sourced from sustainable sources and are reused in a new form. This helps to reduce waste and conserve resources.
The cookie is also made with natural sweeteners, such as honey and maple syrup, and is free from artificial flavors and preservatives.
Brewer’s Foods is a “spent grain” food company leading the drive to reduce food waste in the craft-brewing industry. Rather than ending up in a crowded landfill or on a farm as animal feed, Brewer’s Foods takes the spent grain from breweries to create their line of sustainable products.