ReGrained UpCyclist

  • The Upcycled Food Certification Standard!!!

    Formalizing the Upcycled Certification Standards is a landmark achievement for our movement that yields a more circular economy and resilient food system. Officially Certified Upcycled Ingredients and Products will mark a new generation of commerce that benefits the consumer, the trade, and the planet we call home
  • ReGrained’s Guide to Eating Responsibly in 2021

    In 2021, we resolve to Eat Responsibly! Will you join us?

    The combination of many decisions we make every day enable us to sustain ourselves more mindfully, healthfully, and sustainably.

    Here are a few places we are starting, and invite you to join us. 

  • Upcycled Tomato & Red Pepper Soup with Urban Garden Puffs

    Do you ever have a few carrots leftover from a dish, or a few roasted red peppers floating in a jar, hiding in the back of the fridge? This soup can help you use all those leftover vegetables to make a delicious dish! Top it off with ReGrained Urban Garden Puffs for added crunchy texture!

  • Happy Planet, Healthy You

    At ReGrained, we believe that to care for yourself is to care for the planet. This is why we create foods that nourish our bodies and revitalize our natural resources. We offer a choice that doesn't involve much choosing at all; when you buy ReGrained, you invest in your health and the environment benefits.
  • What Is "Brewers Spent Grain?"

    Brewer’s Spent Grain (BSG) is a massively overlooked source of waste that accounts for 85% of the brewing industry’s byproducts. Our work has developed a growing interest in incorporating spent grain into cereal food products for human consumption. So, only recently has spent grain been studied for its nutritional and health properties, and findings have been interesting to say the least. 
  • Whole Foods Reveals Top 10 Next Big Food Trends for 2021...Upcycled Food Made The List!

    Whole Foods just announced its Top 10 Next Big Food Trends for 2021, and upcycled food is one of them. We’re excited to be included as an upcycled snack that Whole Foods is stocking up on! What does this mean for the entire food waste movement?
  • Slowing the Spread of Food Waste

    Just a couple of weeks ago on Tuesday, September 29th, we observed the world’s first International Day of Awareness of Food Loss and Waste. While it’s not ideal, it may be fitting that our first celebration arrived during a time when the COVID-19 pandemic is exposing our food system’s vulnerabilities. Let’s make food waste fighting practices go viral!
  • Recipes for an Upcycled Summer: Corn Chowder, Chow Chow, and Panzanella

    Let's dig into some awesome recipes from our friend Chef Alison to help you upcycle your food at home this summer! Time to Eat Up!
  • How Moving Back Home With My Parents Inspired More Sustainable Habits

    Tried and true sustainability tricks I learned from my parents during the pandemic
  • Make More With Less This 4th of July

    As we gear up for a unique year of July 4th celebrations, let's look at how we make American the land of the Waste Free.
  • What Is Upcycled Food?

    Upcycled foods use ingredients that otherwise would not have gone to human consumption, are processed using verifiable supply chains, and have a positive impact on the environment.
  • If you want to stop climate change, you’ve got to stop wasting food!

    If we are to reach the point in the future when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline by the year 2050, then food waste reduction is the climate change solution that, if scaled up, would have the largest emissions impact globally.