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Cost-of-living crisis drives Gander food-waste app uptake among shoppers

More than 600 convenience stores across the UK are paying Gander a monthly fee to successfully cut their waste by 85%

Gander food-waste app

The cost-of-living crisis has driven a surge in shoppers using food-waste app Gander as they attempt to cut costs, presenting an opportunity for convenience stores. 

Head of business development Stacey Williams told betterRetailing the app quickly saw an “uptick in users” as food prices began to rise this year. 

More than 600 convenience stores across the UK are paying Gander a monthly fee to successfully cut their waste by 85%. 

Users are able to view reduced-to-clear products in real-time on an app, before visiting their local shop to make a purchase. 

Participating retailers have the service integrated with their EPoS system, enabling them to receive wastage reports.

 

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