How big is the food waste problem ?

Food waste is a global problem.Over 30% of food produced (worth 1.3 billion tonnes) is wasted globally every year. One of the United Nation's sustainable development goals (12.3) is to halve the per capita global food waste by 2030


How big is the problem in the UK?


How we plan to solve it?

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Oddbox is committed to operating in the most socially and environmentally responsible way, and will re-invest a majority of its profits to further the mission to tackle food waste. 

Our goal is to tackle 5% of the pre-farm gate in the UK and the EU (produce lost or wasted before it leaves the farm) fruit and vegetable waste by 2022 (500,000 tonnes) with innovative solutions.

How we operate?


Where do we source our produce ?

We currently work with and pay a fair price to 25 (and counting) suppliers across the UK.


How do we help fight food poverty?

We work with the following charities who collect approximately 10% of our produce and redistribute it to people who need it most.



City Harvest

City Harvest collect our surplus produce and use it to feed those going hungry on the streets of London. We're proud to be working with them and contributing to such a fantastic cause. 


Brixton Community Fridge

Oddbox donates its surplus to the fabulous People's Fridge in Brixton which is the perfect platform for the local community to combat the twin challenges of food waste and food poverty.


At OddBox, we believe that just like people, fruits and vegetables should come in all shapes, sizes and colours !