Startup that combats food waste expands to SC

Startup that combats food waste expands to SC
Startup that combats food waste expands to SC

A Food To Savea sustainable foodtech that was created to revolutionize food waste in Brazil, recently started its operation in South of the country and announced the unprecedented partnership in Santa Catarina with the supermarket group Angeloni. The objective is that, together, companies save more than 20 tons of food until the end of April.

To this end, from April 1st, bags from the produce and bakery sectors will be prepared and made available in all stores, in the latter with savory, sweet and mixed options, at fixed prices. R$ 15.99 It is R$ 20.99which correspond to 70% discount compared to the price during the day.

The customer purchases the surprise bags without choosing the content, which depends on daily availability, choosing only the sector.

Purchases are made exclusively through the startup’s app, without direct sales in the store, and delivery can be made via delivery or redeemed in store by the customer.

For Lucas InfanteCEO and co-founder of Food To Save, the partnership with the Angeloni chain reinforces the commitment and seriousness when it comes to combating food waste:

The network is recognized for having this concern about food waste, far beyond the speech. It is inspiring to partner with such a powerful brand in the region“.

Already Norberto Colladirector of Angeloni, highlights that the partnership has total synergy with the group’s social and sustainability actions:

Food To Save’s proposal caught our attention from the beginning of its operations. We were very happy when we found out about the expansion to Curitiba and Florianópolis”.

In more than 20 cities in which it is present, the startup has already helped save more than 2,200 tons of food that would otherwise be discarded and generated more than R$30 million in incremental revenue for partner establishments.

The article is in Portuguese


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