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“The fact that we’re all different is the one thing we all have in common.”

Our primary objective is to assist you in saving money and reducing food waste. Recognizing that most food waste occurs in households, we have dedicated our efforts to creating a product that seamlessly integrates into your daily life, offers a reasonable price point, and aids in utilizing the food you purchase instead of discarding it. Astonishingly, in the European Union, we discard more than 50% of the food we bring home – even while 70% of it is still consumable.

We firmly believe that EcoLoc can serve as an excellent tool for both saving money and minimizing food waste. However, we also acknowledge that individual differences and preferences exist. Therefore, on this page, we have compiled various other useful methods that can be utilized independently or in conjunction with EcoLoc, depending on your lifestyle and personal preferences. The specific approach taken to reduce food waste matters less than the fact that we are collectively making efforts to address this issue.

Food waste

“Food Waste: A Problem We Can Solve” –

This link provides information from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) about the issue of food waste and offers practical tips for reducing it.

“WRAP – The Waste and Resources Action Programme” –

WRAP is a UK-based organization working to reduce waste and improve resource efficiency. Their website provides valuable information, tools, and reports on food waste prevention.

“Love Food Hate Waste” –

Love Food Hate Waste is a campaign by WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) that provides helpful resources, recipes, and tips to help individuals reduce food waste at home.

“Save The Food” –

Save The Food is a campaign by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) that aims to raise awareness about food waste and offers practical tips, recipes, and tools to reduce waste.

“Food Waste and Loss” –

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations offers an in-depth overview of global food waste and loss, including causes, impacts, and potential solutions.

Great recipes for leftovers

Jamie Oliver – Leftovers

Jamie Oliver presents a variety of leftover recipes that not only reduce food waste but also deliver mouthwatering flavors using simple and accessible ingredients.

BBC Good Food – Leftovers

BBC Good Food features a selection of leftover recipes that will inspire you to transform your excess ingredients into new and exciting dishes.

What can I make with the groceries that I have? This website helps you to find suitable recipes based on what you have left in your kitchen.

Creative explained

These tips and tricks on Instagram show you how to improve the life of foods.