(WTNH) – Ever wonder what happens to all of the food we don’t eat? The chicken piccata you don’t finish at the restaurant, or all that fruit in the grocery store that is bruised and doesn’t get sold. What about expired yogurt or a dented can of olives, or a crushed bag of cookies?

It could all end up at the Quantum Biopower in Southington. That turns food waste into energy.

Dennis House sat down with Quantum Vice President Brian Paganini.

A local company is about to go big. You see the name Farmer’s Cow in the dairy section of your grocery store, but did you know they have a little restaurant that could perhaps one day be all over the country.

Today, the story of a group of farms and their mission to help other small businesses in Connecticut.

Watch the video above for the stories.