For Itzhak Molcho, the new Israeli app SpareEat is a win-win: He gets a meal from one of his favorite restaurants in Tel Aviv at half price, while simultaneously preventing perfectly good meals from going in the garbage.
“I saw a post about SpareEat on Facebook as a way to save food in Israel. I downloaded it and used it two times in a row the first week. It was convenient and not complicated to use,” says Molcho, 31. “You feel you are part of something big. It gives you a consciousness about the issue of throwing away food.”
It was this issue that motivated Elie Fischer and his cousin, Laetitia Jessner, to launch SpareEat in August.
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