Our Facilities

Do Good Foods isn’t just better for the future — it is the future. Our facilities are part of a scaled infrastructure approach to eliminating grocery store food waste by turning it into animal feed. Our closed-loop system is made possible through investors, retailers, growers, and a best-in-class team.

of healthy grocery store food gets tossed in landfills
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$ billion
worth of food goes unsold or uneaten each year
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# material
in America’s landfills is food waste

Stats provided via ReFed, the US. Department of Agriculture and the EPA.


Not Letting Good Food Go to Waste

It starts with our partnership with grocers to use what would have been wasted. It continues as we upcycle healthy leftover grocery store food —taking it to our facility to be repurposed into healthy feed for animals. The circle is complete when those animals are processed and sold as a healthy, sustainable alternative to the same products consumers love today.

Watch Us Grow

Food waste is a huge problem and that's why we are expanding. Our mission is to be part of the solution to bring sustainability to scale across the country.


Fairless Hills, PA

Do Good Food’s flagship production facility has the capacity to take in and convert 160 tons of surplus food from approximately 450 grocery stores every day and about 60,000 tons annually. 


Fort Wayne, IN

Set to open by the end of 2024, the Fort Wayne facility will create 100 jobs and divert food waste from up to 450 supermarkets. This repurposing of about 60,000 tons of food waste on an annual basis will reduce the amount of food waste and associated greenhouse gas emissions in area landfills.


Selma, NC

Our new facility in Selma will employ approximately 100 workers at wages averaging more than $60,000 per year. The facility is projected to produce an annual payroll impact for the region’s economy of about $6 million.

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