Order Leftover Dishes From Nice Restaurants And Save Money [VIDEO]

By: Beau Daniels

Would you purchase leftovers from a restaurant? Think about all the times you did not finish your food, and felt guilty about food you have wasted. Co-owner Chris Wilson explains, “The ultimate goal is to use it for restaurants to solve their waste management problem, rather than it being about making profit. The idea is that restaurants stop producing the extra food so they don’t need to throw it away in the first place, so really we want to put ourselves out of business by stopping food-waste.”

The goal of the company is to be non-profit and help reduce the tremendous waste of food by also partnering with big chains, “Most of the places tend to be independent or just small chains because it is really hard to crack the big companies. It is the bigger chains that have the large amounts of food waste but it is hard to even speak to the right people there.”

So if you would like to save money and spend less on dishes from good restaurants look here.

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