Enjoy delicious takeaway food from local restaurants, cafes and bakeries from as little as £2.  

How do you fancy paying £3 for London’s best sushi?!?! This revolutionary concept links you with delicious food that would otherwise be thrown away at prices from as little as £2 and a maximum of £3.80 (and that’s for the second best Japanese restaurant in the country!).

Too Good To Go is a hyper-local environmental social enterprise dedicated to reducing food waste.  This new app allows you to buy food that restaurants didn’t sell. You simply order via the ‘Too Good to Go’ app or online and then pick it up just before the restaurant closes!

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Too Good To Go says: “Our mission is to save food, save money and save the planet by placing the lost value back onto food as humankind’s most valuable energy resource, and not something that should just be carelessly throw in the bin. Why? Because if food waste were a country it would be the third largest emitter of greenhouse gases, whilst recovering just half of the food that is lost or wasted could feed the world alone. It’s a problem that doesn’t need to exist – and we’re determined to help solve it.”

Founded in Denmark at the end of 2015 by a group of friends, Too Good To Go was soon able to grow internationally thanks to the diversity of its team. In January 2016 work began on Too Good To Go UK and the team launched the app in Brighton and Leeds in June 2016 and now in London. More than 500 restaurants are already involved in Europe and NYC is next!

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