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Deliveroo SG, TreeDots help restos cut emissions, operating costs

Restaurant partners can save up to 90% food procurement costs.

Deliveroo Singapore and TreeDots, a local social enterprise, inked a partnership to aid restaurant partners save costs and reduce carbon emissions.

In a joint statement, the two firms said restaurant partners who will join the initiative can save up to 90% of procurement costs on products such as meat and vegetables amidst rising inflation.

They can save costs by using TreeDots’ technology, which helps “redistribute unsold inventory from suppliers to businesses such as restaurants, enabling them to obtain affordable food supplies.” 

To help mitigate business costs, restaurant partners on Deliveroo can “enjoy an exclusive $15 rebate when they sign up for an account with TreeDots and accumulate $150 worth of purchases before 31 October 2022.”

Jiacai Lau, co-founder of TreeDots said, “With this business model, we also want to make achieving sustainability easier and support businesses on their journey to zero waste. To date, we have saved more than 2,500 tonnes of food waste, most of which consists of chicken and seafood. Our goal is to save two million tonnes of food from being wasted by 2025.”

Reacting to this, Deliveroo Singapore General Manager Jason Parke said, “Our partnership with TreeDots will offer them a solution to save on food procurement costs across various quality products so they can continue achieving positive business margins.”

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