The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City has been a Leanpath client since 2016. Since then they have reduced food waste by 54%, saving 61,000 pounds of food waste from hitting the landfill. We visited the team in Washington, DC, to talk about their success in preventing food waste with Leanpath.
IKEA's Burbank store, in California, has food sales that rank among the highest of the 47 stores in the U.S. On a Saturday, they will sell up to 14,000 items. IKEA co-workers began tracking the store's food waste in February 2017 using Leanpath automated measurement systems and identified its annual waste level to be over 15,000 kilograms. After a year of tracking waste in real time with Leanpath systems—and developing food waste prevention strategies based on that data— IKEA Burbank has shown dramatic improvement: a 30 percent reduction in food waste, which equates to over 10,000 meals saved from the bin.
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In 2017, Sodexo automated its food waste tracking program, WasteWatch, creating WasteWatch powered by Leanpath. In May 2019, Sodexo announced it will roll out WWxLP to 3,000 sites worldwide. We visited two U.S. sites to understand their success in preventing food waste with Leanpath.
Sodexo will deploy WasteWatch powered by Leanpath, its food waste prevention program, at 3,000 sites worldwide within a year, CEO Denis Machuel announced today at the Tech for Good Summit.
One of the best things about preventing food waste as long as we have is that you make a lot of friends along the way. A few of them, including IKEA’s Michael La Cour, Google’s Kristen Rainey, Toast Ale’s Tristram Stuart and more, helped us celebrate. Watch the video.