FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE HAS NEVER TASTED SO GOOD.
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We provide solutions to transform food waste.
We enable Canadian businesses to use and benefit from upcycled ingredients to help reduce food waste, fight climate change, and create jobs.
For instance, consider brewery barley grains which is 85% of the waste produced by the brewing industry.
Every year, approx 16 million kilos of brewery grains are disposed in Ontario.
Traditionally used as animal feed, the majority of these grains end up in landfills, which leads to greenhouse gas emission.
In the craft brewing process, once barley has been boiled to release sugar, the grains are considered ‘spent’ and disposed of.
Barley is considered one of the healthiest cereal grains and has twice the amount of fibre and protein compared to standard wheat.
YOUR FOOD WASTE TRANSFORMING SOLUTION PROVIDER
74% of Canadians have eco-anxiety, a growing worry about the impact of climate change ranging from a sense of helplessness to questioning whether they should procreate out of concern for the world their children will inherit.
Our solutions like Beer -> Bread, Barley milk, mushroom based home insulation help consumers and businesses to directly address eco-anxiety, food waste, food insecurity, and climate change through the food they consume on a daily basis.
We enable any food producing business to cost effectively incorporate viable food by-products that are typically discarded, turning them into “upcycled” foods (aka spent goods) while addressing food safety, consumers’ emotional needs as well as business financials, as a(n):
We focus on industrial food by-products (not household) in urban areas and find innovative ways to transform them into value
Ecosystem for businesses
Through relationship building and online tools, we are building an ecosystem where outputs from certain businesses become inputs for others
Sales and distributor
We curate food producers that incorporate viable food by-products to highlight their delicious foods to the foodie masses.
We assure Canadians that upcycled food is delicious and food safe, while nudging behaviour that directly reduces food waste and climate change.