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Compact Food Recycling
Transform Your Trash
Fruit cores, vegetable peels, dairy, chicken bones, and more – the FoodCycler transforms food scraps into fertilizer and reduces your family's food waste. From morning to night, Vitamix and FoodCycler make it easy to take care of yourself (and the planet).
Not only is putting food scraps in the trash gross, it’s also incredibly wasteful and harmful for the environment. Transform trash to treasure by reducing your footprint and increasing your sustainability with the FoodCycler by Vitamix.
The FoodCycler breaks down food waste by up to 90% of its original volume, and creates a nutrient-rich fertilizer you can add to your soil*. And the best part? The carbon filtration system eliminates odors, making it perfect for indoor use. *Nutrient content will vary depending on what’s processed in the FoodCycler.
Toss Food Scraps
The carbon filter lid eliminates odors, so you can keep the removable waste bucket under your sink or on your countertop until it’s full
Touch of a Button
With the press of a button, the FoodCycler will reduce food scraps to a tenth of their original volume in four to eight hours.
Sit Back & Relax
Toss in your scraps and let the FoodCycler do the work for you. In just a few short hours, you’ll have something your plants will love.
Mix the nutrient-rich fertilizer into garden beds, or toss into a composter – the FoodCycler has already started the break-down process, giving your compost a head start.
I have had this item for a couple of weeks and absolutely love it. It is almost silent and my garbage has been reduced by about 80% to 90%. It is super easy to assemble and use (just press power button). And then VOILA! Your food waste has been reduced to a cup or two.
— K. Adkisson
Like a child with a new toy! It can in the mail today and we immediately put it together and tried it out. So impressed. Egg shells, old produce, meat, coffee grounds... within hours, done. Looks like potting soil. Dry, no smells. I love this!