What's a circular food business?
Learn what some leading companies are doing to become more sustainable and turn food waste into a resource.
The circular food business movement is happening
There is a growing global movement of companies transitioning toward circular business models that reduce waste and maximize the value of food resources.
Across Guelph and Wellington County's Rural-Urban Living Lab, Our Food Future is working with over 50 food businesses and collaborations to become more sustainable and efficient.
Read the stories below and get inspired for how your businesses can become more circular.
Circular Business Highlights
Seeding Our Food Future
In 2020, 40 new or existing businesses received microgrants from the Seeding Our Food Future program to help them launch a new circular business activity or collaboration. The companies fall across the food supply chain and from across Guelph and Wellington County.
Look at the map below to learn more about these circular economy innovators.
The circular meal experience: Seeing food differently
In 2020, Provision Coalition brought together seven local food organizations to create a circular gourmet meal.
ReSource Exchange supporters
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