Hotel giant Accor partners with app to save 13,000 meals from going to waste

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 Accor hotels are using a smartphone app to cut down food waste. Image by Ibrahim Husain Meraj used under a Creative Commons license
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Accor hotels are using a smartphone app to cut down food waste. Image by Ibrahim Husain Meraj used under a Creative Commons license

Statistics from the Too Good To Go app show 5,761 unique customers in the UK have used the Too Good To Go app to buy food from Accor hotels

A partnership with food app Too Good To Go has helped hotel chain Accor UK save more than 13,000 meals from going to waste. Smartphone app Too Good To Go fights food waste by enabling users to buy leftover...

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