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Press Release: UCD Helps Study “Fork-to-Farm” Fertilizer
31-Aug-2016

California Safe Soil has worked with UC Davis researchers over the last few years to test the efficacy, efficiency and sustainability of their H2H liquid fertilizer product. As the company has progressed, so have the trials conducted with Professor Edwin Lewis and his team from the Department of Entomology and Nematology.

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The CSS Method For Converting Foodwaste Is Pathogen-Free, Enhances Agricultural Sustainability
15-Jan-2016

California Safe Soil will move into a new facility in McClellan Park in Spring, 2016. Building a new facility to manufacture our H2H fertilizer is a significant move to having sustainable agriculture become a main staple at McClellan.

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New Partnership With Kings Golden 1 Center Stadium to Combat Food Waste
16-Jun-2016

CSS has partnered with the new Kings stadium in Sacramento to make the new arena one of the greenest sports complexes in the world. We will be making the food waste from their kitchens into our H2H fertilizer at our new plant in McClellan Park.

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Toyota Features California Safe Soil in new “Driving Innovation” Campaign
31-Aug-2016

Watch Toyota, MadeMan and California Safe Soil’s collaboration that highlights the innovative process in which California Safe Soil converts food waste into a liquid fertilizer.

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California Safe Soil's Company Overview

California Safe Soil is a fresh food recycler that increases the productivity of your farm at a low cost, while helping to improve the environment. We make the best use of food that supermarkets cannot sell or donate and turn it into our Harvest to Harvest (H2H) fertilizer which returns the nutrients to the soil and promotes sustainable agriculture. Increase your plant vigor and crop yields with California Safe Soil's H2H Fertilizer. Call or email us to find out what our products can do for your farm and sustainable agriculture.

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