Let’s fight food waste

Nearly one-third
of all edible food in the world ends up wasted. That’s some US$1 trillion in the trash every year! But it’s also the unnecessary source of greenhouse gases.
In fact, if food waste were a country, it would be the third largest emitter of GHG. Accounting for 8-10% of all the climate-disrupting gases produced worldwide.

of food waste happens in the supply chain due to improper storage and handling, poor refrigeration or spoilage during transport. Enter, vacuum packaging!

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Our commitment

We believe every action counts, especially when it comes to reducing food waste.

By vacuum sealing!

By pre-portioning food and using only what you need, you save food, lots of food.

We are commited to providing reliable and durable vacuum sealers so you can save food and help protect the environment.

Take action

Reducing food waste is one of the most important things we can do to protect our planet. It’s even one of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

There are many ways you can reduce food waste and your carbon footprint. Here are few.



It may sound overly simple, but it’s true: buy less food and you’ll waste less food.

When buying in large quantities, be sure to vacuum seal the extra amounts.



Freezing extends shelf life by several months, but be sure to vacuum seal your freezables first.

Vacuum packaging will prevent freezer burn, and so keep your bulk buy better for longer!



Instead of letting your extras go bad, why not donate them to your local food bank? Sharing reduces food waste and helps people in need. Since the start of the pandemic, one in five working families in Canada has reported going hungry. Sharing not only reduces food waste, it helps others who need it most.



As your very last resort, extra food should be returned to the soil, through compost.

Almost all your food waste can be put in the brown bin.

Not sure what should go in the compost?


Vacuum sealing

Vacuum packaging increases the shelf life of foods, and not just a little: 2 to 5 times over! Check out our guide that explains how long you can safely store vacuum-sealed foods.

Get involved

Want to stop wasting food? Take a look at this list of organizations working to reduce waste and increase food security in Canada.

Second harvest

Canada – Second Harvest works across supply chain to rescue surplus food before it ends up in the landfill, thereby avoiding millions of pounds of greenhouse gas emissions every year. The food Second Harvest recovers is redirected to thousands of charitable and nonprofit organizations, giving more people greater access to healthy food.


Quebec, Canada – The mission of La Tablée des Chefs is to feed people in need through food drives and food rescue, and to develop young people’s culinary education through camps.


Canada – Zero Waste connects businesses with extra food to the families who need it most.

The organization facilitates the rescue of food from restaurants, hotels, institutes and other food providers and its redistribution to service organizations in disadvantaged communities.


Canada – Canada – Leftovers Foundation is one of Canada’s largest,
tech-enabled food-rescue charities. It reshapes how our communities fight poverty, reduce food waste, and save our environment, by connecting donors and food banks via a mobile app. It also helps individuals in certain towns and cities to harvest and donate their garden and fruit-tree surpluses.