Assuming retail is required., the following results were found.


KOMOSIE (Belgium: Retail, farming, processing)

KOMOSIE (Koepel van Milieuondernemers in de Sociale Economie) is an expertise centre and contact point on ‘being/becoming a social innovative actor around food surplus’ in Flanders. We do this for social organisations, municipalities and social economy...

Sprecozero ( Italy Retail)

Sprecozero ( Italy) Sprecozero (Zero Waste) is a trademark issued by Last Minute Market. The supply of unsold edible foods is provided by processing industries, food shops, retail stores and the like. For these organisations, the surplus foods and...

Approved Food (Great Britain Retail)

Approved Food ( Great Britain) The majority of our stock is short-dated or past its best before date. We are able to buy in large quantities and pass considerable savings on to our customers. Starting off as market traders in Hull and Doncaster, Dan...

Äss-bar (Switzerland Retail)

Äss-bar ( Switzerland) Alarmed by the shocking fact that 1/3 of all Swiss food goes to waste, consumers and producers are increasingly concerned about current food waste levels. This is where Äss-bar comes in - in collaboration with bakery chains they...

Next Door Help (Italy Retail)

Next Door Help ( Italy) Next Door Help is described as the first geo-localized item-sharing service connecting those with items or food for redistribution with those who require the items. http://nextdoorhelp.it/

Zéro Gâchis ( France Retail )

Zéro Gâchis ( France) Zéro Gâchis is a web and mobile platform that allows consumers to find food products near them at a significant discount (30-70% off) that need to be consumed rapidly (as nearing their sell-by date). https://zero-gachis.com/

Phénix (France Retail)

Phénix ( France) Convinced that the future is the collaborative economy and the optimized management of existing resources, the team PHENIX came together to create a pioneering organization of waste reduction and waste; and integrate this new...

Original Underpackt (Germany Retail)

Original Underpackt ( Germany) Original Unpacked is the first supermarket that does not use disposable packaging. The foods are kept in so-called bulk bins and can be transferred with the simplest means to the customers' own containers or in the case...

Less School Cafeteria Food in the Bins ( Sweden Retail)

Environment Authority of Gothenburg Municipality ( Sweden) The Environment Authority of Gothenburg Municipality developed an information campaign about environmental and financial consequences of food waste for the schools in the municipality. Teachers...

Conserverie Solidaire (France Retail)

Conserverie Solidaire ( France) Start-up that wants to produce jams, chutney, pickles and dried fruits from food surplus. Wants to work with disadvantaged people. Furthermore he wants to sensitize on food waste. http://www.acdcs.fr/

Robuust! (Belgium Retail)

Robuust! ( Belgium) Robuust! is the first packaging free store in Belgium! The idea? Precycling! Robuust tackles the problem of waste at the root by taking packaging out of the production process. This allows us to save natural resources, decrease the...

Meals on Wheels (Belgium Retail)

Meals on Wheels, a bedside meal approach ( Belgium) Meals on Wheels resulted in higher food intake during each meal, less waste and better use of oral nutritional supplements. Patients appreciated Meals on Wheels more than the old system in terms of...

Rejuce ( Great Britain Retail)

Rejuce ( Great Britain) Small business producing fruit juices and smoothies from surplus fruits from London markets. Thirty tonnes of surplus fruits have been turned into saleable products such as fruit juice and smoothies http://rejuce.co.uk/about/

Bro Gwaun Transition Town Café (Great Britain Retail)

Bro Gwaun Transition Town Café ( Great Britain) Transition Community Cafe in Fishguard reduces carbon emissions by preventing an average of 100 kilos of food going to landfill each week – the equivalent of 400 kg of carbon saving per week and 10.4...

Feeding 5000 Events (Europe Retail)

Feeding 5000 events ( Europe) Campaign delivers high profile events in cities across Europe where food that would have been wasted is cooked & served to passers by. Over 36,000 people have signed the pledge. Around 5,000 meals are made at each event....

Eurest (Sweden Retail)

Eurest ( Sweden) One day each month the food left by consumers, food wasted during cooking and discarded food was all weighed. The result was demonstrated to guests as well as staff under the heading “This is how much waste we all generate during one...

GEEF Cafe (Netherlands Retail)

GEEF Cafe ( Netherlands) GIVE is a " pay as you can "restaurant. This means that at GIVE tasty, healthy meals with no prices on the menu. You decide what you pay. It is also possible to volunteer in exchange for a meal. In this way, we want to make...

FoRWaRd (Europe Retail)

FoRWaRd ( Europe) The project aims at promoting the integration of learning with working, in line with the provision “New skills for new jobs”. In particular, there is a need for a massive recovery of food waste, given that food suppliers are not...

Tente des glaneurs à Lille ( France Retail )

Tente des glaneurs à Lille ( France) At 13:30 every Sunday, 650 traders close down their stalls at Wazemmes market, one of the largest in Europe. At the same time, a few metres away, one stand like no other opens its doors, to the tent of the gleaners....

Les Confitures de Dominique (France Retail)

Les Confitures de Dominique ( France) Jams, chutneys and compotes from surplus produce. Dominique makes jams, chutneys and compotes from surplus produce from the food bank of Bordeaux. She sells them in grocery stores....


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