Jump to Journey: 201820192020

In 2020, we realized an error in our 2019 GHG calculations, so disregard any other references to GHG offsetting prior to July 2020.

The corrected GHG offset for 2019 is 551.2 KG of eCO2 (equivalent to driving from Toronto to Brandon, Manitoba)

January

  • Featured in NOW Magazine as a food startup working on food waste.
  • Accepted into Ryerson Social Venture Zone.
  • Sale of organic sourdough Beer Bread via retail: Annex based Fiesta Farms. Read Fiesta Farm’s take on Spent Goods.
  • Established partnership with Feedback App to ensure no spent goods end up as food waste! They offer consumers favourable pricing to reduce food waste.
  • Established partnership with Terus who provides consulting services to reduce waste and save money within the hospitality industry.
  • Ended retail relationship with 4Lifenaturals in Kensington Market.

February

Photo Credit: youthebest.ca
  • Sale of organic sourdough, butter beer crisps and toasted bread in Junction-based grocery Sweet Potato.

March

April

  • Sale of organic sourdough Beer Bread at The Big Carrot’s Danforth location.
  • Pop-up markets at Wychwood Barns, WeWork (1 University) and Allied Properties (134 Peter Street).
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May

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  • Started working with Good Foot Delivery to help with just-in-time delivery and ability to help with packaging crisps.
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September

  • CBC aired a segment about Spent Goods and how we transform rescued barley grains to reduce climate change! You can watch the entire process from the brewery to the bakery below!
  • We were nominated for TOP 5 Best Bread in Toronto by NOW Magazine!

October

  • We partnered with Food Share who now carries our whole grain loaf, sourdough beer bread and crisps in their Good Food Box. You can now place an order here.

November

  • We are now an official case study for the City of Toronto in their research toward a more zero waste and circular economy. You can read the study here.

Our proposal to literally grow insulation for homes of the future, part of a pitch to replace fossil fuel-based foam insulation.

Photo Credit Biohm

December

Photo Credit @misfittoye

Jump to Journey: 201820192020