Too Good To Go - How a phone app is helping restaurants sell their leftover food

Michael Holder
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Launched in London this month, phone app Too Good To Go enables users to buy discounted leftover food from restaurants in order to help reduce food waste

Denouncing what he called a "culture of waste", a few years ago the Pope likened throwing away food to "stealing from the table of those who are poor and hungry". With around 1.3 billion metric tonnes...

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