It’s called Goodr and it’s a system that has diverted nearly a million pounds of food in Atlanta from landfills–and into kitchens.
Formal pop-up dinners for the homeless were something that Jasmine Crowe had hosted regularly for over two years in Atlanta. A video about her efforts went viral in January 2016 which drew more attention to what she was doing. People wanted to mainly know which restaurants donated the food. The reality was there weren’t any. Jasmine took volunteer donations and spent her own money to make things happen.
In January 2017 Jasmine launched Goodr with the hope to get restaurants involved. It’s a food-waste management company that redirects surplus food from businesses to non-profits and can share...