Earthly makes sure discarded food isn’t wasted

WASTE NOT: Earthly co-founders Frank Mastrobuono, left, and Mike Kowalczyk, center, pick up food waste at Empire Tea & Coffee in Newport. Earthly produces worm castings, a natural fertilizer. Mastrobuono shows the finished potting mix, as Kowalczyk and Empire manager Josh Unorski talk. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
WASTE NOT: Earthly co-founders Frank Mastrobuono, left, and Mike Kowalczyk, center, pick up food waste at Empire Tea & Coffee in Newport. Earthly produces worm castings, a natural fertilizer. Mastrobuono shows the finished potting mix, as Kowalczyk and Empire manager Josh Unorski talk. 
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Innovative Companies | Energy & the Environment Worm manure, known as castings, helps cannabis grow, the minds behind North Kingstown-based Earthly Solutions Inc. have discovered. Frank Mastrobuono, co-founder, president and CEO of the company, tested his product out from his fifth-floor apartment in Boston. An environmental scientist by training, Mastrobuono was studying for his MBA…

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