Startup transforms carrot byproduct into crackers

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Count carrot juice processing as a prime opportunity for upcycling. Up to 80% of the weight in the processing is pulp leftover, a waste byproduct often used as compost, said Beth Kennedy, who co-founded Seconds and now serves as chief executive officer of the New York-based company that uses the pulp leftover in crackers.

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