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May 21, 2022

How Logs of Fruit Pulp Replace Firewood and Charcoal | World Wide Waste

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Traditional Argentine barbecues date back to the 16th century. One inventor created a new twist on the custom, turning discarded fruit from cider production into logs that can replace firewood and charcoal.

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