Our mission is to inspire and empower everyone to take action against food waste. We know that to live and breathe this every day, we need to turn our words into actions. With this in mind we have set out a new ambition - to contribute in every way we can to building the global food waste movement. It's only when we all come together to fight food waste, that we'll be able to generate a positive change in society.



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  • September 29, 2023 11:39 pm local time

  • Djun
    July 11, 2021 at 7:50 pm

    Very good

  • Paul
    July 11, 2021 at 7:51 pm

    I will recommend it to a friend

  • Munguiki
    July 21, 2021 at 3:11 pm

    best thing ever

  • Jean Cule Tamere
    July 21, 2021 at 3:12 pm

    too good to not going :3

  • Helen
    July 23, 2021 at 9:20 am

    I wrote a few weeks ago about how I trying to be a little bit more environmentally conscious and making small changes to reduce my carbon footprint. So when my friend Lee recommended food waste app Too Good to Go to me, it was definitely something I wanted to try. Too Good To Go is a free app which allows you to buy unsold food from from local restaurants at the end of service, to prevent it from being thrown away. It means you get good, perfectly edible food at a great price and do some good for the planet. It relatively simple to use. You set your location and it tells you what’s available in the area. Where we live, there isn’t a massive choice, but some big chains like Morrisons and Costa and pretty much always on.Everything is packed as a ‘mystery box’ and you on average get about £10 worth of food for around the £3 mark. The mystery being of course most places don’t know what they’re going to have left at the end of the day, so you’re taking your chances. In terms of Costa it’s usually their pre-packed sandwiches and bottled drinks, which bearing in mind usually sell for at least £3 each, getting a couple of packets of sarnies and drinks for less than a fiver is pretty decent value.
    For the purposes of our first go, we decided to try a local pub which is a carvery, and reserved two ‘mystery boxes’ from there, to collect (collection times are pre determined by the retailer) between 7.30 and 8pm one Sunday evening, in the hope that we would get two decent Sunday roasts for less than £7, to collect and eat in the safety and comfort of our own home.

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