Lots of food is wasted.
Let's do something good with it.

They began searching for solutions. They learned that food waste, instead of clogging landfills and gassing the air we breathe, could be turned into nutrient-rich gardening products.

EcoScraps®, a brand that recycles food scraps into organic and sustainable lawn and garden products was born. Since day one, the mission has been simple: make sustainability mainstream.

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"I have never been an environmentalist, but I have always believed in sustainability. As a country I think we are too smart collectively to not be able to innovate and develop sustainable solutions. We started EcoScraps® to be one of those solutions."

— Daniel Blake, CEO, Co-Founder

the food waste problem.

A recent study tracking 25 top-selling food products from the farm to the fork, revealed the ugly truth behind everyday food waste:

  • In the first six months of the year, 28,500 tons of food waste is generated
  • 68% of all salad grown for bagged salads ends up wasted, with the majority of waste happening at home
  • 40% of apples end up as food waste
  • Just under half of all bakery items are wasted
  • A quarter of grapes are wasted between the vine and the fruit bowl, with the majority of waste happening in the home
  • A fifth of all bananas are wasted and one in ten bananas bought by customers end up in a bin.

Source: http://www.packagingnews.co.uk/news/tesco-reveals-extent-of-food-waste-for-key-products/

the ecoscraps solution.


Ecoscraps recycles food waste from all parts of the food waste cycle. Since 2010, ecoscraps has diverted over 225 million lbs of food waste from landfills. This year alone, ecoscraps will collect 75 million lbs of food waste from retailers across America.


All of this food waste goes to one of the dozens of facilities throughout America that composts the leftover food into ecoscraps natural and organic compost, soils, and plant foods.


Our natural and organic products are available nationwide! Find us at your local Lowes, Home Depot, Walmart, Target, or ask your local garden center about us.


Be a part of the solution to the food waste problem. Put ecoscraps in your garden, and help grow gardens, not landfills!

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