Each year, one-third of all food produced worldwide is thrown away. At Too Good To Go we want to put an end to food waste by creating a world where food produced is food consumed.
Millions of meals have already been saved through Too Good To Go! Do you love great food at a good price? Do you care about the environment? Then download the app right away.
Find. Collect. Enjoy - it’s as easy as 1 - 2 - 3
1. Find a store and place your order through the app
2. Collect your meal at the store at the specified time
3. Enjoy your meal that little bit more knowing you have just helped reduce food waste
See if there’s something nearby and discover stores you didn’t know before. Show some love to your favorite stores by sharing meals with your friends and family. You can also make a list of favorites in the app so you never miss out on a great deal, and when you’re going somewhere new, you can use the built-in map to spot stores nearby.
We help restaurants, bakeries, supermarkets etc. reduce their daily food waste. With prices from £2 - £4 you are guaranteed a bargain - and better yet, you’re helping save the environment. A family of food waste warriors is awaiting you...
Thanks for helping fight food waste with us! We’re constantly making improvements to the app to make it more reliable and even easier to use. To make sure you always have the latest version, turn automatic app updates on in your phone settings.
Ratings and Reviews
Used this app first time
Tonight at cherry tree pub in Ipswich and I went to collect two carverys up
For 3.29 each instead of 7.99 which is the actual price normally. Was given a massive plastic takeaway tray. I was asked what meat I wanted so asked for a bit of everything which they did and they said to help myself with everything else so I filled they tray up to the brim. It was such a bargain. Each tray could easily feed two people if filled up to the top. That’s less the. 1.65 each of you share one. I was very happy with the purchase . I spoke to a man in the pub and he said he used the app at a local hotel and spent 2.25 for a breakfast bag and got loads of goodies including 7 pieces of bacon. Hew was very happy with the service. I hope when I try somewhere else they will be just as good. I’ve seen loads of bad reviews in places like bakeries I’m
Hoping I don’t have the same experience when I use it for a bakery near me on Wednesday. But then you don’t know unless you try and if it’s bad you just don’t go there again do you.
Used the app for the first time today and was amazed. It’s simple to use and navigate around. Unfortunately I live in a smaller town so there are very few restaurants or cafes signed up to the app, however, I knew this was likely before downloading the app. I’m happy to say that one of the local stores that has signed up is a very popular bakery. I choose to purchase one of their ‘magic bags’ today. After reading the reviews, I was aware that the contents of a bag could be pleasing or disappointing, depending on the store. I therefore kept my expectations realistic and thought it would contain a sandwich or perhaps a croissant or two. Boy, was I wrong! I left the bakery carrying two bags containing two sandwich croissants, a sourdough and prosciutto sandwich, half a filled baguette, a cinnamon and raisin swirl, a bagel, a focaccia loaf, two farmhouse loaves and eight seeded rolls! All for just £3! I will definitely be using the app often and happily!
Good idea in theory, but flawed
Just got the app really so I don’t have much to say about my own experience, but one of the first things I noticed is that you are very much at the whim of your location. For me, there is nothing in my immediate vicinity and I would have to go to the next town over just to get to the nearest place on the app. The town isn’t usually too far but even by car it’s at least 15 minutes away and I don’t drive to begin with. I don’t know about anyone else but I’m not hopping on a train just for to pick up a bag of mystery groceries.
As for some of the other reviews I’ve seen there’s a few other problems that are an issue, namely the places just exploiting it as an opportunity to make more money from offloading the unappealing stuff which would otherwise be thrown out. I get that we’re not paying store price for this stuff and that it’s the stuff that hasn’t sold at the end of the day, but still, bit of a dick move to give someone a stale muffin that nobody wants and then make them pay too much for it.
They could show a picture of it so that we get to see if we’d actually be willing to pay the stated price for the item, either that or maybe temper the price by quality.
Developer Response ,
We're sorry we aren't in your area yet - we're working hard to get stores set up fighting food waste with us all over the UK, so please keep an eye out for new stores near you.
Please note food quality is very important to us, although it can happen that the unsold food does not look as pretty as it did at the start of the day,it should still be just as enjoyable.
If you would like to discuss anything in further detail and send us over some suggestions of stores you would like to see on the app, please fill in this webform - https://toogoodtogo.co.uk/en-gb/support/consumer. We will get back to you within 24 hours :)
- Too Good To Go ApS
- 149.4 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 10.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Basque, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, French, Galician, German, Italian, Norwegian Bokmål, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Too Good To Go, ApS
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.