The best investment you’ll ever make in your kitchen.


In just 4 hours, Lomi turns almost all of your food scraps into a nutrient-rich fertilizer to feed to your lawn and garden.

✅ No more foul garbage odors.

✅ No more green bin to attract fruit flies and bugs.

✅ No more taking the garbage out every day.

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More than 200,000 happy households

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We all know that food waste in landfills is terrible.
But there has to be an easier and more convenient way right?

Welcome to 2023, where doing the trash can be ultra-convenient and completely sustainable.


Will not attract pests.

Practically cleans itself.

Beautifully designed for any kitchen.

Turns your food waste into plant food.

Smells like rotting food waste.

Who invited all the ants and fruit flies?

How do you even clean these?

Does anyone actually like the look of these?

Turns your food waste into a moldy mess.

How it Works

In general, Lomi happily accepts all type of food scraps, with some exceptions. What you put in will affect the end result — the type of Lomi Earth — that is created and how it can be used.

What can go in my Lomi?

Lomi makes dealing with waste so simple.


Put all of your food scraps, coffee grounds, and even your old Pela case into Lomi.


Push the button and Lomi works its magic to breakdown your waste.


The dirt Lomi makes can go into your indoor plants, your garden, or your green bin depending on the mode you select.

“Lomi is a fantastic tool for apartment dwellers to take food scraps and turn them into fertilizer they can use directly in their urban gardens. It creates an amazing loop that kickstarts a lifetime of growing more food.”

- Kevin Espiritu
Founder of Epic Gardening

The largest Youtube channel for gardening enthusiasts.

Come see a Lomi in person at your nearest Costco!


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1/March - 10/March


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Frequently asked questions