F3 project aims to close the sustaina...

F3 project aims to close the sustainability loop with canola

There are 1 comment on the Mountain Xpress story from Nov 26, 2013, titled F3 project aims to close the sustainability loop with canola. In it, Mountain Xpress reports that:

SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP: Woody Eaton of Blue Ridge Biofuels and Katie Button of Curate are working together through the Fields to Fryer to Fuel program to provide a locally produced food-grade canola oil for area restaurants that can be processed into fuel right here in WNC.

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#1 Nov 27, 2013
The real question, does it taste better?

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