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Indonesia is the world's second largest food waster.

But millions in this country suffer from starving and malnourished at the same time.

Therefore, FoodCycle Indonesia operating as a non-profit organization with passion to serve the needy by channeling through and distributing surplus food from various sources such as: wedding parties, bakeries, corporate lunch, supermarkets and FMCGs.



ZERO FOOD WASTE to landfill and

ZERO HUNGER for Better Indonesia


FoodCycle Indonesia aims to break the hunger cycle of the under-privileged communities by re-distributing untouched surplus food, re-processing imperfectly perfect produces and re-cycling food waste. In connecting with those communities, we develop their knowledge, attitude, skills and habits to positively impact themselves and other to create a better society of Indonesia.

How we work


FoodCycle receives surplus food from Bakery, Restaurant, Supermarket, FMCG, and others.


FoodCycle checks and ensures food is still fit to eat and in good condition.


FoodCycle distributes food to Front Line Organizations to be distributed to those in need.