Sabine Valenga, Food For All

Episode 23 · March 26th, 2018 · 31 mins 57 secs

About this Episode

About 40% of food in America will be wasted. And an average American family wastes $1,500 worth of food every year. That's billions of dollars of food that goes to landfill, creating greenhouse gases that warm our planet. Don't be a statistic.

Sabine Valenga and her co-founders, David Rodríguez and Victor Carreño, were at a Harvard incubation program when they came up with the idea of Food for All, an app that allows you to rescue food from restaurants an hour before they close at a fraction of the cost. The app has partnered with hundreds of restaurants in Boston and New York City, with plans to disrupt the food waste culture in America and beyond.


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We're hosting a screening of WASTED! The Story of Food Waste on April 10th at the Kickstarter HQ in Greenpoint Brooklyn. Get your tickets now. Entrance includes food and drink from sustainable companies like Toast Ale, Proud Pour, Ancolie, Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, Aerofarms + Local Roots, Nomad Trading Co., RISE Products, Food for All, Eleva Coffee and a take-home eco-goodie bag sponsored by Commit to Green, Bareburger, and Teapigs. Featuring photos by JCT Photography.

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