Amplifying Every Advantage

This is about turning the excess into the exceptional.

This is about providing quality resources to livestock producers, feed suppliers and others—and circular economics to the food manufacturing supply chain.

This is about giving you every advantage, then amplifying those advantages in ways that benefit everyone.

What We Do

We provide sustainable alternatives for organic by-products from food manufacturers

Material Managed

We reintroduced (upcycled) more than 100,000,000 lbs of by-product back in the economy last year

Sustainable Results

Our efforts resulted in real economic and environmental savings for our customers and the planet

Quality & Service

Providing quality resources and best-in-class service to hundreds of customers across the food supply chain.

Our Amplifying Process

Step One

Source food manufacturing residuals like chocolate, pasta, cereals, crackers, cookies, breads, sugars, nuts, raw ingredients and more.

Step Two

Combine our equipment and transportation solutions with best-in-class service to aggregate and remove these byproducts.

Step Three

Process, de-package and mill the residuals through a proprietary blending process to create a high-energy feed ingredient or valued compostable material.

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Our Amplifying Process

Step One

Source food manufacturing residuals like chocolate, pasta, cereals, crackers, cookies, breads, sugars, nuts, raw ingredients and more.

Step Two

Combine our equipment and transportation solutions with best-in-class service to aggregate and remove these byproducts.

Step Three

Process, de-package and mill the residuals through a proprietary blending process to create a high-energy feed ingredient or valued compostable material.

Sustainability

Our byproduct diversion efforts have saved:

Enough energy to heat and cool nearly 1,000 homes.

More than 4.2 million propane cylinders.

More than 16,500 mature trees.

Enough fresh water for a city of 45,000.

Nearly 11.5 million gallons of gasoline.

More than 300,000 miles driven by passenger vehicles.

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