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40% of edible food in the US is wasted, or the equivalent of a full midsize SUV every second. This contributes to 8% of all global greenhouse gas emissions and $1.2 trillion worth of food. In other words, if food waste were a country it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases.
Too Good To Go helps everyday people fight food waste in their local communities by connecting them to restaurants and grocery stores with surplus meals and ingredients through an app. Once registered, users can choose from their favorite local spots to pick up meals like sushi, or ingredients like apples and avocados for a third of the normal price. This presents a win-win-win solution in which consumers get great food, store owners no longer throw away delicious surplus, and we, together, help the planet by reducing waste.
Founded in 2016 in Copenhagen, and now in 15 countries, Too Good To Go saves more than 100,000 meals every day.
Ivy Chiou, U.S. PR Manager
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Lucie Basch, Co-Founder
Lucie Basch is a co-founder of Too Good To Go and Chief Expansion Officer. She started her career in the food industry in the United Kingdom, and quickly channeled her passions for food and the environment into her singular mission: Eliminating Food Waste.Read more Read less
Gaeleen Quinn, East Coast Director
Gaeleen Quinn is the East Coast Director of Too Good To Go. She has worked in the food industry for over 20 years in different capacities with one primary goal: to use food to promote positive change. She is a tireless advocate in the fight against food waste, completing the True Advisor Certificate Program to help businesses achieve their zero waste goals.Read more Read less
Mette Lykke, CEO
As our CEO, Mette leads a team of 700+ talented Waste Warriors in inspiring and empowering consumers and businesses alike to take action against food waste. That's more than 14 million registered users across Europe, who have collectively saved 20 million meals to date!Read more Read less