Food waste is a serious global problem, especially in many developed countries. In Hong Kong, over 3500 tons of food wastes are generated every day [1]. Currently, landfilling and incineration are the major practices for managing these wastes in many countries. These practices, however, may cause severe environmental pollutions and adds burden to the economy. Due to its high contents of carbohydrates and proteins, food wastes may serve as feedstock in biorefineries for production of fungal enzymes, e.g., glucoamylase (GA) and offers an innovative approach to waste management.