Pizza Pizza teams up with Too Good To Go app to combat food waste
By Canadian PizzaNews Business and Operations Delivery reducing food waste
Too Good To Go, a marketplace for unsold food, announced it will partner with Pizza Pizza, on their mission to reduce food waste across their restaurant network.
Too Good To Go connects consumers to unsold food through their app. When there is excess food from local restaurants and grocery stores, it is available at a discounted price on the app. Since its founding in 2016, platform users have saved more than 180 million meals from thousands of partners in 17 countries, according to a news release from the company.
Pizza Pizza, its first national quick-service partner, will offer a variety of items on the app, including pizza slices, salad, wings and fries.
“Pizza Pizza is excited to be the first national restaurant partner with Too Good To Go,” said Adrian Fuoco, vice-president marketing for Pizza Pizza. “Reducing food waste at our restaurants is an essential component of our ongoing sustainability efforts. This innovative platform is a step in the right direction and a win for our franchisees and customers looking for great value.”
Sam Kashani, Too Good To Go country manager for Canada, said, “We are honoured to welcome Pizza Pizza in the fight against food waste and excited for Canadians to save their iconic slices and prepared food in Surprise Bags across the country.”
The Too Good To Go app is available for iOS download in the Apple App Store and Google Play for Android. More than 200 Pizza Pizza locations in the Greater Toronto Area, Winnipeg, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City and Vancouver can be found on the app.
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