Scraped Plate

Solving world hunger with a push of the button!

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ha. knew this had to be fake when i saw it. still, good way of raising awareness/building an audience for an important issue. very creative.
Bringing tech to this concept is really cool. Should double the number of people who gave their leftover food to people who can't afford it.
Hello, I love what you're doing here with Scraped Plate.. Idea #1: Will you be targeting restaurants and relevant dining establishments for their end of shift excess? I believe that will be an excellent utilization of your service. Idea #2: If only you could access the edible leftovers from grocery stores stock.. I have a family member who works at a Super Market and I have seen a documentary relevant to my knowledge of the tremendous waste that occurs there.. A strategy maybe to introduce the "Best Before Scraped Date" on foods to have a grace period for pickup of food that is about to spoil.. This maybe a challenge to implement as per participation of store locations.. As it decreases shelf-life for the store's goods (minimally).. However the benefits are tremendous (helping solve world hunger).. Even if the "BBSD" was a few days prior to the "Best Before Date" this would allow for pickup of the goods. I look forward to discussing this with you.. I hope this was beneficial for you to read! :) Thanks, Jaswinder Brar
I made something very similar at a hackathon a while back. . We made a special box to be placed outside restaurants where people could leave their leftover to-go boxes. Homeless shelters in the area would get pinged when the box was full. But this project, this project seems to be a joke. I know that startups solving hunger seems to be a joke to certain people. As if empathy and technology can't be used to solve real problems