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What is the meaning of ZERO WASTE?

Disposable plastic

Produced every year

  • 400 mln tons

    Of disposable plastic produced every year

  • 5 trillions

    Plastic parts are currently in the ocean, with another 300 million added annually

  • 1.3 billion tons

    Food waste is generated every year, which equates to 3.3 billion tonnes of CO2 emissions into the Earth's atmosphere

Unfortunately, photographs of this environmental disasters are much clearer than statistics in numbers

  • 35% of fertile land

    Will be depleted by 2020. By 2040 we will lose another 1 billion hectares, according to the report of the UN FAO committee

  • 60% of the wildlife population is extinct

    Our planet loses about 100'000 species of animals and insects annually. The reason for this is deforestation, global pollution, climate change

  • 50% of clean water supplies are contaminated

    This figure is growing every year. The reason for this is the oil industry, industrial agriculture and livestock

Don't wait for your government to take action to ban single-use plastic.
Take action now!

Simple steps to remove plastic contamination


  • Refuse
  • Reduce
  • Reuse
  • Recycle
  • Rot
Refuse Reduce Reuse Recycle Rot

Do you really need that plastic packaging of vegetables? What about the 6th pair of shoes? New smartphone? Try to avoid plastic bags. Instead of taking business cards or flyers, take pictures of them. And straws - please reject the plastic straws.

Reduce the amount of food or clothing you buy, so that nothing ends up unused. Multipurpose solutions: for example, vinegar can be used as food and detergent.

Instead of buying new things - give your old items a fix and a second life, or come up with a repurpose. Anything can become a plant pot! Get creative!

Research recycling practices in your local community, promote more waste disposal bins and more recycling options for tricky items like light bulbs and batteries. There is always a way, you just need to make a little effort.

Compost your food waste, use it as fertilizer for your garden or houseplants. Use a home composter, or an on-site bio-gas plant that turns your compost into fertilizer and cooking gas.

A small step for a person, but a giant leap for all of humanity!


  • Dispensers
  • Refill stations
  • Reusable packaging
  • Household goods
Dispensers Refill stations Reusable packaging Household goods

Take as much as you need, use reusable jars and bags, or select paper bags if really needed.

  1. weigh your
    empty container
  2. fill it
    with food
  3. weigh
    container with food
  4. stick
    the label
  5. pay

Fill your empty bottles from household chemicals, cosmetics, oils. Or buy bottles from the store and reuse them.

Purchase reusable bags, jars, containers for storing food, soap dispensers, organize household using reusable containers.

Swap your plastic household items for biodegradable or reusable items.

but it's a very long way

  • collecting
    the harvest
  • transport
  • silage
  • transport
  • treatment
  • transport
  • stock
  • shelf

The supply chain is very long and risky, especially when it comes to organics - the threat of food contamination is extremely high at every stage.

Our products are protected by the ultra-tight GRAINPRO gas barrier system. The air is evacuated and the bags are filled with CO2 gas - making it an unsuitable medium for any kind of contamination, but does not affect the product itself. The bags are equipped with humidity and temperature control sensors, so they are easy to track, and both the supplier and the buyer do not need to worry about the safety of the crop during long-term transportation or storage.