There are good food that goes to waste land before they get eaten, just because the looks and the wrong size. Farmers who work with the supermaket that specially order vegatables in a certain size and color, that gives them no choose to troughtout the rest away into the landfill.

Here's a beauty contest you don’t know about.

We are a non-organization trying to keep food waste out of landfill.

We are doing our best to keep our environment clean and organic food out of waste. Please help us run our origination by donating 5 dollars or more, and by return we will have selection of items you can choose from send to your door step from us.

We help cities redirect surplus food to people in need. We inspire consumers to waste less food at home and equip them mwith the strategies to make it happen. We push the food industry and the federal governmen t to put an end to confusing date labels and adopt other waste-reducing policies. And we work with communities, businesses, and policy makers to support waste reduction, recovery, and composting across the supply chain.

Over 90% of wasted food end up in landfills.


Find us at your locate farmers market.

We are supporting the long-term productivity and ecology system farms. We collect food scraps from our community for feeding hens, make compost and worm castings with the excess food and manure, and use it to nourish our soils and crops. We are proud of our products and excited to share them back to our community. With your help we can do more.

How can you help?

Bring your food scapes to our stand this weekend at the farmers market near you. You bring we gives, we will give you a bag of free fertilizer made from the food waste.

Understand the food recovery and what can you do to help.

Food is one of our most valueable resource. With the right steps we can reduce food waste. There are five steps before any food goes to landfill. Compost it in the right way. What can you do at home?

Food Recovery Steps

Source Reduction

Food for People

Feed Animals

Renewable Energy



With the right food waste and others, you can make fertilizer for your own yard.

Source Reduction

Grass and lawn clippings
Fruit and vegetable peels, rinds and scraps
Tea bags
Coffee grounds
Garden waste
Weeds that have not seeded
Wood chips and sawdust (from untreated wood)
Dryer lint
Shredded paper

What NOT to Compost

Cemically treated wood
Diseased plants
Human waste
Pet waste
Pernicious weeds
Dairy products
Animal food products
Animal bones
Fats and oils
Cooked food
Peanut butter
Glossy paper
Paper with colored ink
Large chunks of compostable materials