Recycling Bakery By-Product Into Feed

Wilenta works with specialty bakers, bakery plants, and bakery wholesalers to provide a practical solution for inedible bakery waste. We collect waste bread, dough, pasta, crackers, cereal, bagels, tortillas, matzos, sweet goods, snack chips and other bakery by-products for recycling into animal feed. Our customers save money on waste disposal and benefit the environment.

Save Money Recycling Bakery By-Product

Even customers using 2-yard containers can save thousands of dollars annually by utilizing Wilenta Feed waste management recycling services vs. paying for waste disposal by weight. Contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation.

Keep Your Bakery Business Clean and Green

We’ve been in the Bakery by-product recycling business for decades. We have extensive knowledge of all regulatory and compliance issues that affect New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania service areas. We provide compactors and containers designed for sanitary collection. In addition, Wilenta provides material handling equipment tailored to your needs.

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    We're honored to serve our customers since 1978 and proud that more than 90% are still with us. Here are a few examples of how we deliver on our promise of superior customer service:

    • Snack Producer Saves $65,000+An environmental consultant contacted us on behalf of a major New Jersey snack producer. The company switched from traditional waste management to Wilenta Feed, reduced trash pick-ups to bi-monthly service, and saved more than $65,000 in disposal fees alone in the first year.
    • Blizzard Hits Bakery FactoryWhen the snow storm was over, our client’s bakery plant was covered in glass from windows shattered by gale force winds. The plant manager called Wilenta for a referral for emergency clean up services. Instead we dispatched a crew of Wilenta employees who cleaned up all the debris and worked with staff to get the plant back online within a few hours.