FOODSHARING
Total food loss in Russia amounts to over 17 million tons every year.
Such a huge amount of food—enough to feed over 30 million people—ends up at landfills.
Volunteers and foodsharing platforms save just 0.04% of that amount.
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FOODSHARING
Сделать бизнес на продуктах
с истекающим сроком годности
Предотвратить выброс 143 тыс. тонн метана
Обеспечить едой
1,3 млн нуждающихся
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ABOUT FOODSHARING
Foodsharing is conducted through online platforms managing the redistribution of food among members of the community. Users may post information about foodstuffs they have, their amount and location, and arrange for free or compensated transfer to those who want them.

Foodsharing works with foodstuffs that have value but also a close expiration date. Therefore, time is essential—a valuable item can turn into waste in a few days. Online services with geolocation and instant messaging features can make soon-to-expire value as liquid as possible.

Our goal is to scale up the foodsharing movement in Russia and save a million tons of food every year. To this end, we launched the 1 MLN TONS portal. Here, everybody who wants to give away or get food will easily find the platform most suitable for them. In addition, we aggregate news and analytics on foodsharing and food-saving. Join the foodsharing movement and leverage our website!
ACHIEVING UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
Достижение целей устойчевого развития ООН
PROJECTS
In Russia, there are several notable foodsharing projects that manage to save a certain amount of food using different models. Allow us to introduce them to you!
An automated platform for volunteers receiving food from companies for distribution to underprivileged people.
The Fund provides free foodstuffs to struggling families with children and to senior citizens.
The DoggyBag application allows users to discover new cafes, restaurants, and shops willing to make special, essentially prime-cost offers at closing.
The eatme eco-app helps restaurants, cafes, and bakeries sell over-produced food at a discount of up to 80%.
LastBox is an app for selling excess food stockpile at half-price.
Karma is a Swedish startup for purchasing at half-price surplus supplies or prepared dishes that will soon expire .
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