Leaders in managing

food by-products and

mixed recycling

As a full-service, strategic partner, Green Field Solutions manages food by-products and inorganic recyclables. We eagerly contribute to a better planet by helping our clients achieve their sustainability goals.


Increasing demand for food, coupled with limited natural resources continues to elevate the complexity and challenge of nurturing our global food source.

We manage by-products more sustainably – keeping them out of landfills, giving them higher purpose and putting them safely back into animal feed and pet food.

Ultimately, we’re making better use of precious resources while creating value for our clients and helping them be more efficient and environmentally friendly.


At our core is a passion for meeting the needs of our clients, partners and customers, while making the most out of excess food resources. GFS has developed a set of competencies that are perfectly suited to find solutions for upcycling by-products into nutritious ingredients for animal feed and pet food.

Industry Leadership

Given our size and commercial relationships, we have market leverage that is uncommon to our industry.

GFS works with the world’s largest food companies and has a global sales and marketing platform for every major animal species in 26 countries. Our strong industry leadership and affiliations are all supported by the world’s best scientific and technical resources.

“Jason and the team from GFS have been instrumental in providing reliable solutions for 
our facility.”

Operations Manager, large US food manufacturing site

We at ADPI, are thrilled to see our long-term member, The International Companies, launch a new brand to better serve, and enhance their value proposition in serving their clients.”

Blake Anderson, President & CEO American Dairy Products Institute

“The work of companies like GFS is so important in helping to address the issue of food waste…innovative solutions like theirs are needed that ensure that excess food stays in the system rather than going to landfill.”

Sarah Lewis, Senior Director, Innovation
The Sustainability Consortium®