Crawley Town FC teams up with Too Good To Go to slash matchday food waste

Cecilia Keating
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Crawley Town FC | Credit: @crawleytown
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Crawley Town FC | Credit: @crawleytown

Burgers, hot dogs, pastries and desserts unsold during League Two side's matches to be offered on Too Good To Go's app for knock-down price

Crawley Town Football Club has teamed up with food waste app Too Good to Go in a bid to prevent surplus food served on matchdays from going to waste, it announced this week. The partnership will see...

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