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‘Rich in beneficial microbes’


Australian soils are amongst the most nutrient poor and unproductive in the world.

Food2Soil is a biologically alive fertiliser made from recycled food waste! Perfect for home gardeners, market gardeners, farmers and beyond who want to naturally feed their gardens and help the planet at the same time.
We use the ancient practice of fermentation to turn organic waste into a rich nutritious probiotic tonic (also known as biostimulant).

Café food + Coffee waste → Fermented = Food2Soil

Just like the human gut, soil needs beneficial microbes to function at its best. Using Food2Soil fertilizes plants AND feeds your soil, think “kombucha for plants and soil”.

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By Choosing Food2Soil You Are

Koala Australia

Buying a product that is proven to work and affordably priced

Supporting a better business for a better world

Reducing waste to landfill and greenhouse gas emissions

Using an “alive and nutritious” alternative to just seaweed tonic

Supporting locally made and ethically produced

Helping Greening Australia reach 500 million trees planted by 2030


Food2Soil returns pre-digested food nutrients back to soil along with a robust
community of beneficial bacteria and fungi. These microbes enable the roots of
plants to absorb valuable nutrients required for growth and build soil structure.

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Food2Soil draws on many years of research done by scientists all over the world on the effectiveness of biological fertilisers. Biofertilisers are shown to be effective in boosting plant health by improving resistance to pests, diseases, heat stress and frost. The Food2Soil testing team has included renowned soil scientists, university lecturers, horticulturists, farmers and gardeners like us.

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