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Startup Profile: Too Good To Go
a month ago
Too Good To Go is the world’s largest B2C marketplace for surplus food. Jamie Crummie and a group of entrepreneurs across Europe founded the platform in 2015. The food-sharing startup sells food close to its sell-by date at a reduced price to customers in the area. The Too Good To Go app connects restaurants, cafés, supermarkets, bakeries and wholesalers in 14 countries with users to save good food from going to waste.
Coronavirus Is Going To Change Our Relationship With Food Forever
2 months ago
Before lockdown, food had become a commodity we no longer valued or respected, Too Good To Go country manager Hayley Conick writes.
Stop Food Waste Day: Difference between 'Use By' and 'Best Before' dates and which items you can consume after a certain date
3 months ago
One reason why food may be going to waste prematurely could be due to confusion surrounding “use by” and “best before” dates placed on items in supermarkets and food stores.“Date labelling has, and continues to be, a confusing issue for consumers,” says Jamie Crummie, co-founder of Too Good To Go. “This uncertainty leads to food waste on a large scale across society — with 10 per cent of all food waste in Europe attribute to date labelling confusion.”
50 simple ways to make your life greener
5 months ago
Expert tips on how to be kinder to the planet – from cooking and cleaning to fashion and finance.
How six UK tech companies are tackling social issues
6 months ago
According to a UN study, one third of all food produced globally is wasted, and this unused sustenance is currently responsible for 8 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Food waste combatting app Too Good To Go is aiming to reduce this wastage by connecting businesses with local consumers to eat the food instead.
The entrepreneur stopping food waste
6 months ago
When it comes to changing behaviour about food waste, Trish Caddy, an analyst at fellow research firm Mintel, thinks consumers respond better to rewards. "The Too Good to Go app is particularly good at normalising eating leftovers by promoting end-of-day food at a discount," she says.