• “Reducing food waste is one of the most important things we can do to reverse global warming.”


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Our team
Our team

Our commitment is to fight and to limit waste!

We are a team working with all our heart to always bring more amazing people together in that challenge and desire to change people's behavior.

We are determined to reinvent our ways of thinking and consuming and firmly believe that each of us has a role to play.

Our goal is to increase access to fresh food at affordable prices while stopping the environmentally and economically harmful practice of food waste.

Join our movement to make that dream come true.

Our mission

Inspire & take action against food waste

Food waste occurs at all levels of the food supply chain and today it's all our valuable resources such as land, water, labor, energy and money are diverted into the production, processing, transportation, preparation, storage and disposal of unsold food.

Our environmement is in danger!
Which is why we wish to end food waste.

It's what we do here at All is Good by giving users of our app reliable and direct access to delicious, high-quality food of the stores, restaurants, bakeries, grocery stores and large supermarket partners.

Through the All is Good App, our precious partners involved in our movement make their delicious and fresh products unsold during the day available and ensure that good food is not wasted.

We must come all together to be able to generate a positive change in society.

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Do you know
Do you know

How much food waste there is in the United States?

In the United States, food waste is estimated at between 30-40 percent of the food supply.

This estimate, based on estimates from USDA’s Economic Research Service of 31 percent food loss at the retail and consumer levels, corresponded to approximately 133 billion pounds and $161 billion worth of food in 2010.

This amount of waste has far-reaching impacts on society.

Wholesome food that could have helped feed families in need is sent to landfills.
Land, water, labor, energy and other inputs are used in producing, processing, transporting, preparing, storing, and disposing of discarded food.


of all food produced

is wasted


% of US supply

is wasted every year


billion pounds is trashed

every year


billion worth

in 2010