Waste bins – Rescue bins again
Thousands of tons of fruits and vegetables never make it from the field to the supermarket shelves because of their shape and color. “Afreshed” keeps groceries out of the trash with their rescue bins.
“Wasting food is a climate sin that has been hushed up,” says Bernhard Boxcrocker, one of the three founders of Afreshed. The startup from Linz has been committed to food saving since its foundation and has sent thousands of so-called ‘rescue boxes’ with organic vegetables and fruits to be thrown away every week.
Thanks to the boxes, your fruits and vegetables get a second chance – and now you can become a food saver too!
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