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How Too Good To Go can help you with excess stock

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How to sell food during lockdown with Too Good To Go
How to sell food during lockdown with Too Good To Go

Related tags: Food, app, Too Good To Go, Jamie Crummie, Coronavirus

If your business is due to close or change its operating patterns on Thursday and you are looking for an easy way to sell your surplus stock, sign up to the Too Good To Go app.
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Pubs and hospitality businesses that are affected can prevent waste and recover sunk costs by selling excess food and drink to Too Good To Go’s​ 3 million UK-wide app users. Since 2016, more than 4,800 businesses such as Toby Carvery and Greene King have been taking action to combat food waste using the app.

Jamie Crummie, co-founder of Too Good To Go​ explains, “The coming month is going to be very difficult for hospitality businesses. We understand that one of the concerns will be around excess stock and how disheartening it would be to throw it away. At Too Good To Go we want to help. Our app lets you sell your unsold food to customers, ensuring that nothing goes to waste.”

As a business, all you have to do is update the app to show the amount of surplus food you have to sell - the team will set you up with a profile so that you can start saving food straight away. Rather than throwing your excess stock away, you’ll fill a ‘Magic Bag’ with tasty items that haven’t sold in time, setting a price that’s fair for you and the customer. Customers search the app for local Magic Bags, purchase one (or a few!), then collect their order at the time set by you. It’s as simple as that.

Join Too Good To Go​, recover sunk costs and make the transition into lockdown easier for you and your business.

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