Creating a link between the byproduct and consumers.
Closing the loop in today's current supply chain through upcycling fibrous byproducts.
Diverting byproduct from the landfills and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Employing innovative sourcing and processing to keep costs low.
Versatile, flavorful product that does not involve synthetic techniques or unnatural fortification.
We are a Public Benefit Corporation dedicated to keeping wholesome nutrition in the supply chain.
Annually in the US, $218 Billion Dollars is spent per year on growing, processing, transporting, and disposing of food that is wasted.
If food waste was its own country, it would be the third highest greenhouse gas emitter behind China & the US.
Globally each year, 220 million Olympic swimming pools could be filled with the amount of water used to produced food that is never eaten.
40% of food in the US goes uneaten and is wasted.
One in seven Americans is not food secure.
52.4 million tons of food goes into landfill each year in the US.
Pomace contains skins, pulp, stems, and pits. It can be used to make lower grade olive oil and to extract components for cosmetics.
Okara is the pulpy byproduct of making soy milk. It can be dried and milled into a nutritious, naturally gluten free flour.
Almond meal is the byproduct from almond milk. Coarse meal can be dried and milled into a fine almond flour that is naturally gluten free.
Pomace is used to make brandy, grappa, grapeseed oil, and is commonly used in fertilizers.
Potato pulp is a component of some eco-friendly plastics and films. Peels are used as animal feed even though they contain as much nutrition and even more antioxidants than the interior of a potato.
Shells can be ground into mulch, used for plant drainage, and can used to smoke meats in the BBQ.