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Today on the Daily Beat, Wednesday December 2, 2015: We speak with Andrew Shakman, the CEO of LeanPath, Inc. Andrew Shakman is a food waste prevention advocate and the CEO of LeanPath, a foodservice technology company based in Portland, Oregon. Since co-founding LeanPath in 2004 to address the food waste crisis, Andrew has been working at the front lines of behavior change, helping foodservice operators prevent and minimize food waste in the U.S., Europe, and Australia. Under his leadership, LeanPath created the first automated and patented food waste metering system to enable real-time, daily monitoring of food waste. In 2012, Andrew was named one of FoodService Director Magazine’s “20 Most Influential” people in the foodservice industry. He and LeanPath have been featured in BusinessWeek, NPR, Forbes and many food industry publications.
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