You need to read how this entrepreneur turned garbage into delicious snacks

Businesses are started to solve problems, and Claire Schlemme chose a big one.

Schlemme is the founder of Renewal Mill, which recycles an untapped ore of goods: food waste. And it doesn’t make compost — it’s part of the growing upcycled food movement, with products from companies including Barnana, Imperfect Foods, and ReGrained increasingly finding their way into the cupboards, fridges, and freezers of the discerning customer.

Upcycled foods use byproducts that are typically tossed to create new culinary concoctions — in the case of Renewal Mill, turning soybean pulp into baking mixes and cookies.

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