Too Good to Go, the start-up against food waste, has raised 31.1 million dollar (25.3 million euro) in a new capital round. The money should support, among other things, expansion in the United States.
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In France, dozens of companies (including giants like Carrefour and Danone) have signed a pact to change their approach to expiry dates. The initiative came from the Danish app Too Good To Go, which aims to combat food waste.
Too Good to Go, a Danish app that fights food waste, can now call itself a "Certified B Corporation". The Danish company is also expanding to the United States, taking its first steps outside Europe.
Unilever, Carlsberg and Arla Foods are going to change the use-by dates on some of their products. The well-known 'best before' message will be extended with the text 'often good after', as a result of manufacturers wanting to prevent consumers from systematically disposing of perfectly edible products.