Madeline Rotman January 28, 2022 by Leah Wolfe
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I think that consumer education has just been monumental to grow the movement. We give every customer on their account page an average of how much food they’ve saved, the avoided gallons of water, and the avoided CO2 they saved. We try to give each customer this bite size impact to celebrate what they’re doing to bring them on a journey of how they’ve helped save food. This builds a community of people that can collectively celebrate their individual wins, then their collective wins.

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