Common Questions

Yes, EETZ Rescue is free to download.

Yes, you can share your food rescue easily inside the app by pressing the box with an arrow icon you’ll see the social media and SMS options you have available… 

EETZ works with national chains and local restaurants that have ‘zero food waste tolerance’ policies. Starting April we are expanding nationwide so if you don’t see a post in your area please send us a message to [email protected] or fill in the contact form below so we can check who has food in your area.. and we’ll get back to you to let you know! 

EETZ is considered a ‘Social Entrepreneurship’ company because we use technology to help solve social problems – primarily food waste and green house gas emissions. During Covid lock-down we received tens of thousands of pounds of surplus food and we learned how difficult it was to manage pick ups and delivery and the whole logistics of surplus food so we created the EETZ Rescue app to help simplify the process. Now you can use our platform to connect still edible food to people and organizations and individuals that want it – it’s that simple.

We don’t deliver (yet) but our Partner Organizations do. These Partners can provide free delivery and as our network grows we expect more people, non-profits, and institutions to keep adding new so spread the word and we’ll keep adding new cities and towns as we expand. ‘Rescuing’ surplus food keeps it out of the local landfills and seeping into the water supply – things that matter to everyone – and that’s what we love about our work! 

Fill out the message below or send an email to [email protected] to let us know where you are so we can let the national chains know to post food rescues near you…

Just download the app and add yourself in the food runner section and we’ll connect you to free food rescues as they are posted near you. 

Download the app, share it with friends and send us your feedback to [email protected].

We are also interested in connecting with national chains to explain the triple whammy they can get by ‘Rescuing’ their food surplus.