SAVE FOOD, HELP THE PLANET

Every day delicious, fresh food goes to waste at cafes, restaurants, hotels, shops and supermarkets - just because it hasn’t sold in time.

Selling surplus food just got easy

With this in mind, Too Good To Go have set up an app to fight food waste and allow people to buy quality local food that would otherwise have gone to waste.

Consumers won’t know exactly what’s in their order until they pick it up from you - it’s all part of the surprise. Great food at great prices, served with a side of environmental kudos.

4.7 million people finding and saving delicious food
10,835 businesses reducing their food waste
3.7 million Magic Bags rescued so far

Various Nottingham businesses, such as Barburrito, Clean Cut Kitchen, Costa, Cartwheel Café and Roastery, Pret, The Specialty Coffee Shop and Yo Sushi, are already part of this movement and you can be too!

We've teamed up with Too Good To Go to offer all businesses within the Nottingham BID Area the opportunity to sign up for FREE (normally £39 pa) to help you reduce food waste as well as attract new customers and turn losses into income.

If you would like to sign up to this free opportunity and help fight food waste please click here.

 

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