There are commercially operated food waste processing facilities which take food waste and process it into compost, fertiliser or in some instances electricity. If your business is interested in sending its food waste offsite for commercial composting and food processing you can either establish a contract directly with the owner of the processing facility, or you can incorporate food waste collection and processing into your existing waste management contract. In either case you should insist upon receiving regular reports from the processor on the volume of waste processed and the products that were made. You can find a service provider at Business Recycling.
When researching the options, make sure potential collection contractors provide a dedicated food waste collection service and can supply suitable waste collection receptacles and signage that meet your needs, especially if you have space constraints.
If you already have a contract with a waste collection company check whether you can make any changes or additions to the existing arrangement. If not, you may need to wait for the current waste collection contract to expire.