A portion of all the Anew member products are donated back to the Leftovers.
Leftovers is a charitable organization that operates in Canada to prevent food loss and waste by diverting unsold food from the landfill and into the hands of those who need it most.
- You fill out this form as an expression of interest
- We get a donation that qualifies for upcycling
- We send out an email to our potential upcycling partners
- The first to respond gets the food
- We help you market the product
Deidre Lotecki is the pastry chef and owner of Sweet Relief Pastries, an eclectic, colourful…
Sheryl Yu is the baker and owner of Hello Mochi, a market-based bakery at the…
Lindsay Rousseau, and her husband David, are the owners of Ollia Macarons & Tea, a…
Members are the heartbeat of Anew. We work with experts and artisans in all areas of food — growing, production, manufacturing, sales, etc. This unique, cross-collaboration model not only connects typically siloed industries, but also creates lasting relationships.
Each member’s unique offering diversifies the upcycling potential and extends the geographical reach of our collaborative efforts. These benefits amplify our social impact and connect industry change-makers. From large scale manufacturing facilities to small batch makers — it’s the forward thinking members that make this all possible.
Please fill out this form if you are interested in becoming an Anew Member and using upcycled ingredients to create new products.