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Inventor makes new products from Tayto starch

An innovative company that turns waste into new products is now using the starch from Tayto crisps after an agreement with the Irish manufacturer.

30th March, 2013
Denis Dolan of Denre: became a green entrepreneur after redundancy from IT job. Photo: Tony O'Shea

An innovative company that turns waste into new products is now using the starch from Tayto crisps after an agreement with the Irish manufacturer.

Denre started off using coffee waste to create upcycled home and garden products but has now expanded that to include leftover potato starch and brewers' spent grain.

According to Denis Dolan of Denre, a recent agreement with Tayto will see Denre products made from starch left over from the manufacture of...

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