Some 800 litter pickers are currently scouring the 900-acre grounds - filling an estimated 500,000 sacks of rubbish - as campers headed home.
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Menu: Vegan 'Buddha Bowls' including Massaman curry with new potato, pineapple and soya chunks; carrot and homemade kimchi pickle; flash steamed seasonal greens and organic shortgrain brown rice.
Price: £4.50-£5 (add Halloumi for an extra £1) Location: E market at pitch E2/06 Menu: Sample menu includes pork oak smoked sausage with chorizo, paprika and caramelised onions; beef steak mince with a dollop of chili and jalapenos; vegetarian dog with cheese and leek.
Menu: Classic mac n cheese; bacon pesto and fresh basil; jalapenos, sour cream, chipotle and coriander.
Also, the Kanye Western: beef hotdog, bbq saunce and crispy onions Price: £5-6 per dish Location: By the bandstand and cider bus near the Pyramid Stage Menu: Breakfast: Avocado on toast; breakfast burrito, banging brunch butty, huevos al benny.
With the party officially over, campers now have until 6pm to leave the 900-acre site, while crew and stall holders are given a week to clear the property.
Organisers have asked attendees to take their tents with them, with posters around the venue reading: 'Love the farm, leave no trace' and a heavy emphasis on recycling throughout.
But they weren't the only ones, with seagulls also seen fighting over food scraps left in front of the famous Pyramid Stage.
The festival is due to take a 'fallow year' in 2018, a break that occurs every six years to allow the land to recover, although founder Michael Eavis suggested he would revoke that plan if a certain band agreed to perform.
The mission to convert the site back into a functioning dairy farm could take up to six weeks.
The 514 food vendors on site had only been allowed to provide compostable plates, cups and cutlery, while glass was banned across the festival.
As thousands made their way home this morning, several groups of happy campers decided to sit among the mess in their camp chairs, savouring the festival spirit until the end During his set, Sheeran performed a string of his hits including Castle On The Hill, Lego House and Shape Of You.