Launch Q1 2022
Impact Focus
  • Reducing Food Waste
  • Upcycling Organic By-Products
Made For
  • Farms & Fisheries
  • Food Distributors
  • Food Processors
  • Grocery

Turn Cringe-Worthy Waste into Binge-Worthy Food

Do you cringe every time you dispose of pallets or truckloads of costly organic waste? It costs the environment, it costs resources, and it costs us in not being able to feed people and animals – there is a better way.

Biotrim units go directly to the source to rescue food when it’s freshest and process it on-site. By reducing its size and weight by more than 80% we’re reducing emissions during transportation while preserving its highly nutritious and mouth-watering taste.

How It Works

Convenient Pickup

Biotrim Drives to Your Waste


To type of Organic Waste


Washing, Dicing, and Processing On Site

Eco-friendly Transportation

80% Lighter Material Transported to Packaging Facility

Outputs Bioflakes

Used as an Ingredient for Food, Medicinal Products, Feed, and More

We Pay For Your Waste

We’re on a mission to save every left-behind bean sprout and get it back into the food chain, and in some cases, even convert organic bi-products into edible products. This is upcycling at its finest, and that’s right, it means we pay you for your waste.

Every product is different, but converting your waste into a saleable product means we can share the profit back with you.


Food Distributors
Food Processors
Retail & Restaurants

How To Get Involved

Not sure if the waste you have can be processed and upcycled? Let’s find out together.

The Outcome is Bioflakes

The end result of Biotrim is a shelf-stable, nutrient-dense ingredient that can be used in pharmaceuticals, prepared foods, and Enhanca – we call it Bioflakes. It’s healthy, widely useful, and easy to distribute.

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What About Inedible Organics?

It’s surprising how many ways we can use wasted organic material, from fruit fashion to pet food, plant-based plastics and construction applications. If it’s being wasted, we’re working to automate it’s collection and upcycle it into something useful.