KINDA ODD, TOTALLY DELICIOUS

Oddbox began as a seedling in a market in Portugal. Our founders, Emilie and Deepak, were browsing the fresh, beautiful, sometimes funny-looking fruit & veg on offer. It struck them that they only ever saw identical, aesthetically pleasing produce in UK supermarkets. Why was that?

They did some digging and learned that up to 40% of all produce in the UK is wasted before it leaves farms. Why? Because it doesn’t look “right” or because too much was grown - despite being fresh, beautiful, and totally tasty.

Something needed to change. They knew if they could bring together hardworking producers and people who loved fresh fruit & veg — no matter what it looked like — they could build something with long-lasting impact.

And so, Oddbox was born.

From humble beginnings with a handful of customers, we now work directly with farmers to deliver thousands of boxes of fantastic fruit & veg every week, with the community growing bigger and stronger every day.

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Our Founders

DEEPAK RAVINDRAN & EMILIE VANPOPERINGHE - Co founders

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BUSINESS AS A FORCE FOR GOOD

Doing the right thing is at the core of everything we do — especially when it comes to the way we run our business.

We believe it's our responsibility to help even more people fight food waste, and do it in a sustainable way. That’s why we’re a proud, certified B Corporation (a.k.a B Corp).

This means we’re assessed (and held accountable) to a strict set of independent principles, which focus on balancing profit and purpose.

Click to read our Do Good Report 2020. It sets out all the wonderfully odd things we’re doing as a community to make a difference – now, and in the future.

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FIGHTING FOOD POVERTY

At the end of every week, we donate our leftover produce to the food produce charities The Felix Project & City Harvest.

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SUSTAINABLY PACKED

We pack our fruit & veg in recyclable boxes and never add unnecessary packaging in. On your next delivery day, we collect your old box to be recycled, giving it a new life.

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