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frequently asked questions
about krush and rescuing food

i'm a hospitality manager.
can i add krush to our menu?

Yes! We're more than happy to support you in making your offer more sustainable. If you are a business owner or an F&B manager and you want to add KRUSH to your assortment, please, get in touch:

what's 'rescued food'?

With "rescued food", we mean food which would not have been consumed by humans otherwise. 

We rescue all different kinds of ingredients. This includes but is not limited to the following:

  • by-products from food producers (e.g. brewer's grain from brewing beer)

  • food items with the wrong shape or size (e.g. seeds that are too small, wonky fruit, etc.)

  • products which are rejected for economic reasons (e.g. custom-made products, leftover stock, products approaching the BBD, etc.)

Read more details of some of our ingredients here

We only work with ingredients that fulfil the food safety requirements set by the EU. All ingredients are tested and approved to be fit for human consumption.

how does krush rescue food?

We work together with other food producers and manufacturers, to rescue food. We support them to discover by-products in their production lines that are perfectly edible but aren't used like this yet. Together with them, we make sure all food safety requirements are met and that these ingredients are delivered to our bakery.


Eventually, we bake delicious KRUSH granola with it! Win-Win-Win

Are you a food producer/manufacturer and do you have ingredients that are not used to their full potential yet? Get in touch:

is krush vegan?

Yes, all KRUSH flavors are vegan. All ingredients are plant-based.

why isn't krush significantly cheaper if it is made from rescued food?

Really good question:

The reason is that we pay for ALL of our ingredients, also for the rescued ones. 

By doing so we achieve two goals:

1. A farmer and other workers have put a lot of effort into growing and processing this food. Why shouldn't we pay them for their work? 

Only if everyone in the supply chain is paid for their work we can really make a sustainable change.

2. We make a point that the ingredient holds value. It's nourishing you, it's perfectly edible, so it is worth its money.

Couldn't you find the answer to your question?

Send us an email; We're happy to help you!

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