#GoodFoodMedia Twitter Chat with the Thomson Reuters Foundation

Today, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, together with Youth Solutions Report partner, the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition hosted a joint Twitter chat to discuss issues associated with food waste and practical solutions to be applied.

As part of my Twitter takeover for UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network – Youth, I shared a few food waste challenges, and possible suggestions, including one of our youth solutions, Too Good To Go: an app that connects hungry consumers with surplus food from restaurants, bakeries, and others.

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Nearly $2 million in used food has been saved through the Too Good To Go app (March 2017) | Photo by: Too Good To Go

A recap of the discussion is available here.

Note: Too Good To Go was also featured in my piece for Virgin this month

https://www.virgin.com/virgin-unite/food-app-thats-saving-nearly-2-million-unused-food

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