The Food Recycle Process

We collect one of the world's most problematic wastes and turn it into one of the world's most sought after resources.

How we do it

Our patented process converts
This stuff
(any commercial food waste)
That stuff
(high performance complete feeds)

The technology

Our technology consists of five key steps to convert food waste into animal feed.

A fundamental point of difference of the Food Recycle technology is that we collect and process different waste streams separately. This enables us to store different dry materials of similar nutritional value and use them as ingredients when formulating our complete feeds.

Food Waste Collection
(Separated collection)

Each waste producer is profiled into a category based on the average nutritional profile of their waste.  The food waste is collected from the waste producer and kept separate with other waste of the same profile.

(inc. Biosecurity step)

Each waste stream is processed separately through the facility. This includes a biosecurity step that kills every known pathogen associated with food waste.

Storage + Measurement

Once processed, each waste stream is stored in silos as a dry granulated powder. Each silo's content is then tested for it's nutritional content and amino acid profile.

(inc. Micro-ingredients)

Multiple ingredients from different silos are then mixed together with any required micro-ingredients for each formulation.

(Pelletizing if reqd.)

The completed feeds are then pelletized (if required) and packaged according to their end use.

What is the food to feed ratio?

The Food Recycle process produces roughly a 50% output of animal feed from food waste, with the single by-product of evaporated water.

2 Tonnes
of food waste
1 Tonne
of animal feed
1 Tonne
of evaporated water

What type of animal feeds does the process produce?

The Food Recycle process produces high performance complete feeds for the pig, poultry and aquaculture industries.  Every country in the world has at least one of these industries on their doorstep.
Explore our Resource Centre for some of our documented feed trials

Resource Centre


Have a question that hasn't been answered? Send us a message and we'll be in touch!

What do you mean by "Complete Feeds"
Can your process deal with contamination
Are your feeds safe to give to animals?
Is the animal feed industry big enough for all that feed?
Can your process produce feed for ruminents?

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