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See what 15 years of innovation has meant to the foodservice industry

Posted by Leanpath on April 24, 2019

 

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.

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Topics: Announcements

Reflecting on 15 years of fighting food waste

Posted by Andrew Shakman, Co-Founder & CEO on April 24, 2019

 

We’re very excited to celebrate Leanpath’s 15th birthday in 2019. While much has changed since 2004, we’ve remained dedicated to a single challenge: preventing food waste. And as we recently announced, we're currently preventing food waste at a rate of 1 pound every 2 seconds.

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Leanpath celebrates Earth Day with Heart 2 Heart Farms

Posted by CJ Bonge, Marketing Coordinator on April 22, 2019

Leanpath is celebrating Earth Day by living out one of our core philosophies: food connects everything. Our Portland, Oregon, team joined forces with the hard working crew at Heart 2 Heart Farms and Good Neighbor Family Pantry for a morning of service to the land and community.

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Leanpath increases its rate of global food waste prevention to 1 pound every 2 seconds

Posted by Sam Smith, Director of Marketing on April 18, 2019

 

Working in thousands of kitchens in over 30 countries, with foodservice clients large and small, Leanpath is now preventing food waste globally at a rate of 1 pound every 2 seconds, or 1 kilo every 4 seconds.

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Topics: Announcements

US agencies announce collaboration to fight food waste

Posted by Sam Smith, Director of Marketing on April 11, 2019

In the United States, 30 to 40 percent of all available food is wasted. Food is the nation’s single largest type of waste. Three U.S. federal agencies have announced a coordinated strategy to address the crisis.

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Topics: Food Waste Policy