Too Good To Go: End Food Waste 4+

Eat well, fight food waste

Too Good To Go

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Join millions of food waste warriors by downloading Too Good To Go - the world’s number 1 app for fighting food waste. Pick up delicious meals and ingredients from local stores.


Each year, 40% all edible food in the US 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

Find a store and place your order through the app
Collect your meal at the store at the specified time
Enjoy your meal a little bit more knowing you just helped the planet

Check if there’s a Surprise Bag available 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, and more reduce their daily food waste. A community of food waste warriors is awaiting you...

What’s New

Version 23.11.10

Thanks for helping fight food waste with us! This app release includes bug fixes and performance improvements. Enjoy!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
118K Ratings

118K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

We love shopping for low-cost Surprise Bags offered by restaurants, markets, specialty stores, and coffee shops each day. Fully prepped meals, baked goods, fresh produce—there’s a variety of options. Simply make a reservation and show up at the scheduled time.

bringbackmygirlspodcast ,

Stoned listening to Christmas music in September

Yes I know I'm early for listening to Christmas music but it's vinyl and it's like 1950s/60s music so it's whimsical and whatever. I don't have to explain myself.

So anyway, I saw someone talk about this app on TikTok and I was also stoned then so because I thought it was so cute I downloaded the app immediately. I perused through the shops and pretty much everyone of them was sold out except for one. (I think that's a conspiracy but we don't have time for that. This review is already too long). The sweet treat shop I spent $6 at was by my old apartment so when I went to pick up my order and I was surprised to see how many things I got; at least $20 worth of treats and sweets. And these sweets were good. I didn't eat em all at once cuz I didn't want a tummy ache but the chocolate flavored cheese cake and the half a vanilla chocolate swirl brownie I had was the bomb.

I already reserved my next pick up. I'm hooked on this app. Perfect for frequent stoners but also I feel like this is something that could support the unhoused community well. Now I'm ranting. But something to think about, I guess.

Metter98 ,

Good, But App Could Be Improved

This is a great service that helps to fight food waste. It’s also a nice way to discover businesses in your area that you might not have known about and sample their offerings. However, the app itself could use some improvement.

One issue is that there are some points in the day when the data in the app fail to load and you are stuck at looking at the animated Too Good To Go logo in a white box - sometimes this occurs in the middle of the night but I have also seen it take place during the middle of the day. I hope this never happens to me when I’m going to pick up an order and need to show it to someone in a store and swipe in the app to collect.

Another issue is that the distances shown in the map are straight line (or “as the crow flies”) and don’t take into account the street grid or bodies of water such as rivers. While this approach might work fine for some areas it isn’t best suited for a dense urban environment where there are numerous businesses. Even when I have the filter set to the minimum 1 mile distance I see locations that are actually much further away because they would first require walking to a subway station or to a ferry landing to cross a river. I have found that it’s easier to judge distances by looking at the “Map” view instead of the “List” view under the “Browse” option, but there is no “Map” view available under your “Favorites”.

App Privacy

The developer, Too Good To Go, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Purchases
  • Identifiers

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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