We're in a bit of a pickle

Households are estimated to generate 224,000 tonnes to 504,160 tonnes of food waste per year.

While most of this food waste is avoidable (52%), a large percentage (48%) of household general waste contains food we can’t eat such as bones, egg shells and banana skins. 

At Pickled we believe all food scraps have value and the potential to be composted (including cooked food, bones, shells, meat and fish scraps) using a system that ferments or 'pickles' scraps, commonly known as Bokashi.

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How does it work?

To kickstart the pickling process we've created 'Pickled Composting Flakes' which contain beneficial bugs (microbes) that ferment or ‘pickle’ food material. 

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