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Morrisons supermarket offers £10 worth of food for £3 with new food waste app
9 months ago
Sophie Trueman, head of business development at Too Good to Go told The Independent: "The scale of Too Good To Go and Morrisons working together means that we can save over 350,000 Magic Boxes from Morrisons stores in 2020 alone, preventing 882 tonnes of CO2 emissions. It shows collaboration is key to tackling the global food waste issue. Food waste is contributing to eight per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions.This is a senseless problem that can be solved by simply eating the food we produce, rather than throwing it in the bin," she said. "By ensuring that fighting food waste is simple, accessible and fun, together we can inspire and empower everyone to take small actions that collectively make a huge impact."
World Food Day: Easy ways to waste less food
10 months ago
Too Good to Go does something similar, except it’s aimed at restaurants, cafes and bakeries who want to sell almost out-of-date food at reduced prices. As well as being good for the environment, this can be a great way of getting delicious meals for way cheaper than normal.
The Simple App Saving Good Food From Going To Waste
a year ago
Nearly 2 million tonnes of food is wasted by the food industry every year in the U.K. alone. Of that waste, 250,000 tonnes is still edible, equating to roughly 650 million meals. When you consider the 8.4 million people in the U.K. struggling to afford to eat, there's obviously a problem. And that's where the Danish-born Too Good To Go app comes in. The app, which is available in 11 countries in Europe, is simple: it connects users to stores, such as supermarkets, restaurants and bakeries, that have unsold, surplus food.
Meet the food waste warriors
a year ago
Signing up to Too Good to Go takes seconds, and after a few clicks I’m off to Maltby & Greek in Bermondsey to collect a ‘Magic Bag’ of leftovers. For £3.99 I take home a huge tub of Greek yoghurt, a few delicious cheeses, a pot of olives and a bottle of beer that was approaching its best before date.
The truth about expired food: how best-before dates create a waste mountain
a year ago
Date labelling has been accused of generating confusion and food waste in the UK as well as in the US, or of simply being ignored. As recent research by the makers of the food-waste app Too Good To Go shows, British home cooks threw away a whopping 720m eggs in 2018, with one in three saying they will bin any carton that is out of date. Yet eggs in the UK carry a best-before date, not a use-by.