We see potential where others see waste.
Did you know that 30% of all food produced globally goes to waste?
Renewal Mill upcycles byproducts from food manufacturing into premium ingredients and products to combat global food waste.
Hear more about our mission from co-founder Caroline Cotto.
Upcycling is the act of taking a byproduct or "waste" and transforming it into a product of higher value. When we waste food, we also waste all the resources that went into making it. If we use everything that's produced, we're creating a better, more efficient food system for the planet.
Renewal Mill creates upcycled ingredients from food that would have otherwise been wasted. In doing so, we're producing delicious food with a smaller footprint.
What do we upcycle?
Our production process works with the overlooked nutrients in plant-based milk production like soybean and oat milk pulp. We dry and mill these pulps without to produce nutritious ingredients that are rich in fiber and protein, all without synthetic processing techniques or unnatural fortification
How does the upcycling process work?
Step 1 - Pull material from the
Step 2 - Dry the material to be shelf-stable.
Step 3 - Mill into a fine powder.
Step 4 - Package for purchase.
Upcycled & beyond
All of our products are plant-based and sourced from the highest quality producers.
We're Certified Plastic Negative. This means we remove 2x plastic from the environment as we use for our packaging.
Our baking mixes are crafted by Alice Medrich, a five-time James Beard Award-winning cookbook author.
What will we upcycle next?
From carrot pulp to vanilla bean pulp, our process can be applied to many of the billions of tons of byproducts generated each year.
Have an idea for an upcycled product? Let us know!
We're just getting started.