Tesco and Olio Collaboration Redistributes Food Avoiding Waste

With the aim of diminishing food waste, Tesco has joined forces with Olio, a mobile app-driven platform focused on redistributing excess food. During their collaboration, Tesco revealed that 30 million meals have been saved from becoming waste. As a groundbreaking victory in reducing food wastage, Tesco and Olio’s collaboration has already rescued an astonishing 5.6 million meals within its inaugural year! It is of no wonder why this incredible achievement has been so widely celebrated.

What Makes it Work?

Olio is fundamentally dedicated to uniting individuals with excess food, distributing it to those who need it most. The journey began with 80,000 volunteers taking still edible surplus food from Tesco stores and transporting it back to their homes or a centre, so that it can be uploaded onto the Olio app. Subsequently, then members located in that area can arrange for free collection at a mutually agreed upon point.

It Goes Further Than Just Reducing Food Waste

The collaboration between Tesco and Olio goes beyond simply lowering food waste; it also empowers communities to join forces as volunteers work collaboratively to repurpose excess food, assisting people living close by who may not be able to purchase groceries. This program provides more than just sustenance, but also the opportunity to cultivate a sense of community during this trying period.

Through partnering with Olio, Tesco has showcased that it is achievable to significantly diminish food waste while contributing to their local neighbourhood simultaneously. This mission is a source of motivation for other companies in the food manufacturing sector who want to do their part in reducing environmental harm while also aiding people less privileged than them. They are thrilled to have redistributed 30 million meals through this powerful partnership! It’s a cause worth celebrating.

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