1/3 of all food produced is wasted
Sweden alone throws 1.2 million tonnes of edible food yearly. So far, Karma has saved 0.4 million items from ending up in the bin
How? By connecting people to discounted surplus food, great food becomes someones cheap dining.
10 billion tons of food is produced yearly
The CO2 emissions caused equal 3 million cars.
Out of all food 1/3 is wasted
The waste equals 1 trillion dollar in losses.
With Karma restaurants sell their unsold food
Instead of going to waste, unsold food generates revenue.
App users buy at half price
It’s time efficient, tasty and rewarding for all parts.
Why sell food
Reduce global food waste
Get new customers
Earn up to €50,000 annually
Why buy food
Protect the environment
Eat great food
Always a 50% discount
Why sell food:
– Protect the environment
– Get new customers
– Up to £40.000 yearly profits
Why buy food:
– Protect the environment
– Eat great food
– Save money (min 50% discount)
Together, we make a difference!
50,000 items a month are rescued with the app
Users from 150+ cities happily buy surplus food off restaurants hands.
200 tonnes are diverted from landfills yearly
That is food enough to fill more than five double decker busses.
That’s 24,000 days of car use compensated yearly
Food rescued in Karma reduced CO2 emissions by 300+ tonnes annually.
Read more about global waste and consumption
10 billion tonnes of food is produced annually – 1/3 of it is wasted
- Europe is responsible for 11 millions tonnes of food waste annually.
- 30% of food waste comes directly from food retailers, like restaurants and cafes.
- In Sweden, 1.2 million tonnes of wasted food creates 3 billion tonnes of CO2 every year.
- Food waste has increased by 204% since 1960 and 50% since 1990.
The waste is a trillion dollar economic problem with serious environmental global issues.
- 20% of dairy products are wasted.
- 35% of fish and seafood are wasted.
- 45% of fresh produce vegetables are wasted.
- 20% of meat products are wasted.
- The average European wastes 173kg of food every year.
- The average household throws away £1800 in food annually.
As long there is food waste, there has to be a solution
It’s challenging for food retailers to estimate the daily or weekly consumption patterns of their customers. As long as the industry has waste, we need to join together to take responsibility, act smarter and be more resourceful.
With Karma, it’s easy for food retailers to maximize resources, while making a profit.
More than 1,500 retailers already chose Karma
The best change is the one you decide to make
Karma is free with no obligations