Fight food waste, feel good
Every year, one-third of food is thrown away. Too Good To Go is trying to change that. Use the app to rescue Surprise Bags filled with delicious, unsold food from businesses near you.
Find. Collect. Enjoy. It’s easy
Search the map to find a restaurant, cafe, or shop near you that has unsold food
Buy the food through the app from as little as £2/2€
Collect your food at the pre-set time, and enjoy it knowing you’ve done something good for the planet
Choose from stores such as Costa Coffee, Greggs, Caffè Nero, Morrisons, Planet Organic, LEON, YO!, and your favourite local independents - more than 90,000 stores fight food waste with us across Europe and North America, with more joining every day.
Help our planet
Every Surprise Bag you rescue saves 2.5kg of CO2e - the same as it would take to charge 440 smartphones.
In this release we've made behind-the-scenes improvements to your Discover feed so that we can show you Magic Bags that are most relevant for you. In addition, we've made other small tweaks and improvements around the app.
Ratings and Reviews
Food waste is one of the great challenges of our time, Too Good to Go is one way to contribute to a solution. The app provides an overview of shops and restaurants in your area that have surplus food. Those outlets put together a surprise bag at a lower price and you can order it right within the app. This way you can protect the environment and discover new places at the same time.
Not that great to go more like
I have had this app for a while but it’s took a few months to be able to obtain a “magic” bag, what a load of rubbish it was, it says on the post you get a mixture of meats bakery items eg cakes and bread fruit veg, all sounds really good.
So I finally get to reserve a bag at a local spar shop, got quite a big bag, me thinking nice one I’ve got a bargain here, back in the car, can’t wait to get home to see what there is,
Well opened the bag 24 wildlife tube yoghurts , out of date the same day, considering it was 8pm that day by the time I got it home, the kids ate a couple rest in the freezer not sure if you’re supposed to, I also got pate, a tub of single cream, 2 chocolate trifles(mini ones) 2 profiteroles and soggy tub of melons, all of these had already been reduced to between 20p and 90p and out of date that day and the last thing was 12 tiger rolls, reduced to 90p each 6 pack but were already 2 days out of date
The price was £3.09 for £10 + worth of food, all the reduced stuff was barely £6 at the most and I feel like I paid £3 to just got get a bag of stuff to put in my own bin instead of the spar shops bin, definitely would not be going there again, I see so many people get good stuff I feel conned I must say
The idea is great, but the customer support solutions are rubbish.
Had an order that didn’t meet standards that came up to £6, short explanation is there was smelly chicken that was leaking (had to throw the bags away) complained about this to customer service and they gave me a £5 voucher to use again with them for the trouble (which is already strange and annoying because the original purchase was £6) but whatever… They didn’t explain properly that in order to use this voucher to its fullest, I could only purchase ONE to go bag that’s worth exactly £5, but they’re smart because I have yet to see a shop that offers a bag that’s £5 on the dot, meaning I could only really buy one that’s less with the voucher, and if I saw a bag I liked that costed more than 5, the voucher would not cover it. I realised this after I purchased a £2.59 bag, only to realise that the other half of the £2.41 had disappeared (back to them I guess) which honestly is weird because a typical voucher with other companies lets you spend the amount however you like and doesn’t limit you. My original plan was to possibly get another bag from the same place in the future and pay the extra 18p out of my account but obviously that couldn’t happen. Might I also add I had a friend that was directed to a shop that didn’t exist on the app (led him to a block of flats that didn’t answer the door), and when contacting customer support they didn’t do anything about it and lost his money (I witnessed this first hand)
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- Too Good To Go ApS
- 181.1 MB
- Food & Drink
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
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