What system transports food oxygen and waste from all others?

The circulatory system transports food, oxygen, and waste among all body cells. The heart and blood vessels carry the blood in the circulatory system.

The circulatory system transports food oxygen and waste from the rest.

The digestive system breaks down food into nutrients and puts them in the blood. The lungs (respiratory system) take oxygen from the air and puts them in the blood, and takes carbon-dioxide from the blood and puts it in the air. The kidneys (excretory system) take the chemical waste out of the blood and excrete it as urine.

So blood is the common factor here, and it is the veins, arteries, and the heart that circulates blood, nutrients ("food"), oxygen, and chemical waste throughout the body. The veins, arteries, and heart combined are the circulatory system.