Bristol news You can now buy 'magic bag' food bargains from Bristol pubs PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The app gives users the opportunity to buy surplus and unsold food to stop it from going to waste
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Bristol brewery Butcombe Pubs & Inns has rolled out surplus food app Too Good to Go across its entire estate of pubs, in an attempt to reduce its food waste. Following a successful trial of eight sites in December last year, the app gives users the opportunity to buy surplus and unsold food from cafes, pubs, restaurants, supermarkets and producers to stop it from going to waste. Consumers simply download the free Too Good To Go app and search for nearby businesses with unsold produce. They then purchase a ‘Magic Bag’ and collect it at an allotted time. Too Good To Go has a simple mission: to make sure all food gets eaten, not wasted. In 2016, a group of entrepreneurs witnessed restaurant staff throwing away fresh food. READ MORE: 'One week' to fight demolition of iconic Bristol restaurant The food’s only problem was that it hadn’t sold in time, and no one was around to take it off the restaurant’s hands. The group pioneered an app that lists businesses’ unsold food so local diners can find, buy and enjoy it - we tried it out in Bristol earlier this year and got an impressive haul for less than £10.
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. Just think of the difference we can make now all sites are onboard.
The Whitmore Tap on Whiteladies Road is one of the pubs using the surplus food app “We take the issue of food waste and our impact on the planet incredibly seriously and the Too Good To Go app helps us find good homes for unused food and drink products that would have, otherwise, gone in the bin.” Paschalis Loucaides, UK Managing Director of Too Good To Go, says: “I’m thrilled to be extending our partnership with Butcombe Pubs & Inns further, so that we can help save even more delicious food and drink from going to waste. Following a really successful trial period, I’m excited to see the continued impact we will have together in reducing the impact of food waste on our planet. “This partnership shows you can get delicious food at a great price, all while paving the way for a brighter, greener future - it’s a win-win-win.” Butcombe Pubs & Inns own a number of pubs in Bristol including The Whitmore Tap on Whiteladies Road, The Cottage Inn on Spike Island and The Ostrich in Redcliffe. READ MORE: Stokes Croft restaurant wins praise from Sunday Times critic Bristol's Chilli Daddy restaurant crowned as best in the South West in Uber Eats award I tried the veggie breakfast from Crafty Egg's new Fishponds Café and it's the best in Bristol Meet the mother-and-son team bringing Balkan food to Bristol with five-course supper club Review: I visited Bristol's oldest bakery with stellar food and shocking prices
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