Here’s how you can make the most of your #NotInstaWorthy food waste.
Cook up root-to-shoot recipes or juice up some leftover fruit, your journey to Zero Food Waste begins at home.
Simple to make, simpler to maintain - a DIY compost bin at home can reduce your contribution to the ever-growing landfills.
Create your personal plant paradise as you nurture a homemade garden of vegetables and herbs - organic and fresh.
Put your Instagram feed to good use and take part in a challenge that matters. Share a post on Instagram of how you reduce food waste, preserve food or grow you own! Stand a chance to be one of 10 lucky winners that take home a Zero Food Waste hamper.
Use or reuse food - pickle, preserve, ferment or even compost
Take a stellar picture of your creation
This awardee of the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant in 2017 designs, adapts, and implements low-cost farming solutions that help marginal farmers increase the yield and predictability of their produce and find assured markets for the same, reducing food wastage at the source.
A DBS-funded social enterprise from 2012, this waste-management pioneer envisions a world where waste is transformed into utilizable resources without any exploitation of people or the planet, reducing negative impact from improperly-treated food waste.
An awardee of the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Grant in 2019, this venture has developed patented UN-award winning technology that enables vegetables and fruit to be dehydrated at source, increasing shelf-life and reducing wastage.
A social venture promoting organic practices with farmers using India’s indigenous cow breeds to offer sustainable, healthy, pure dairy products to consumers and enabling sustainable livelihoods for farmers.