LITTLETON, Colo., July 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- NEWFOODZ LLC HAS RELEASED ITSELF TO THE WORLD. The company is bringing a new closed-loop process to be used by global food and drink manufacturers and agricultural operations so as to eliminate food by-product waste through low-energy dehydration and gentle milling of the product. This makes nutritious powders for a wide variety of food uses, thereby creating access to the circular economy.
NewfoodZ is launching a crowdfunding campaign on the IndieGoGo platform come July 12, 2016. This is in order to raise $1.5 million US – the largest ask ever from the crowdfunding food community. Founder Christian J Murray said, "I joined the company as I knew the day would come when we would critically need efficient food processing the world over. When I first witnessed the technologies we now offer I gave up my media career to go full-time into eco-sustainability. Getting public support to grow will help us take the message to governments and Fortune 100 companies, further reinforcing the commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals of 2015."
The company has initiated a proof of concept plant, processing orange peel in Mexico. Now the company intends to expand to Alaska where they will process wild salmon and shrimp by-products. The NewfoodZ process not only provides 100% use of source food but actually provides potable water as a by-product too.
Eric Lundgren stated, "So far, we humans have been successful, growing and catching foods for an ever-increasing population but our resources are depleting fast. We can no longer allow up to 40% of everything we grow and catch to go to waste. We need to convert this waste to abundance."
Furthermore, we must now start asking ourselves the simple question, "What happens to the rest of the fish when we buy salmon fillets in the store? One astounding fact is that this waste commonly has higher nutritional value than the food we actually consume."
The company has tested over 50 food products and operates as a knowledge base transfer operation in an effort to provide shared best practice, which will have an impact on reducing starvation and malnutrition.
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