“Nutrition is fundamentally a form of energy that can only be converted from one form to another. Food, in essence, represents a physical manifestation of this energy. However, when we waste food, we squander this energy, which transforms into a negative force and presents itself in the form of methane emissions, ultimately contributing to global warming and taking away life. It is crucial that we preserve this energy in its positive form so that it can be transformed into a kind of nourishment that gives us life.”

Anu Khandelwal
Co-Founder & CEO at Newcycl

We are solving 3 problems at once

Food Waste
Food waste
Food Waste
Soil degradation
Food Waste
Cost of living crisis
Across the world, we’re experiencing the consequences of interconnected crises. The cost of living, food waste crisis, and soil pollution top the list. The problems are huge and complex, but what if a simple solution could make a big difference? At Newcycl, we believe everyone deserves to eat healthy and affordable food. Food waste stands in the way of both. It affects food quality and quantity. When we waste food, it degrades soil that diminishes the quality of the harvest. On the other hand, continual degradation of soil affects its harvesting capacity which further leads to high food prices. What we need to realize is that a circular food system without waste benefits everyone in the ecosystem - farmers, suppliers, retailers, consumers, and nature. Newcycl is getting the world closer to that reality.

Some numbers

Food waste is a global problem that happens at every point in the food supply chain. However, the majority proportion of this waste occurs at the consumer level i.e households.
% of food produced wasted in households.% of GHG (methane) emissions caused by food waste.% loss of economic value in India due to food waste per year#1 component in Indian landfills.
40%10%USD 15.19 billionFood waste, 40 million tons every year

Enrouting your food waste from plate to soil

Today, our waste disposing system is primarily a linear economy based on take-make-waste model, which assumes our planet has infinite resources. In the circular economy however, products are sourced from reused, recycled, or renewable non-toxic materials to minimize the need for extraction and the use of virgin natural resources, and Newcycl is institutionalizing such circular system for your kitchen waste to enable and strengthen micro circular economies in every household.
Linear vs Circular Graph
Linear Economy vs Circular Economy
Convert waste to something beautiful.