About EatBy App

We are the EatBy App team who are responsible for bringing you the EatBy App. Our app is designed to help you help the environment and save a lot of money every year. You could reduce the amount of food you waste, reduce your carbon footprint and save around $1,000 each year. It's a win, win, win! The EatBy App is free on the App Store and Google Play.

Meet us at the 2016 Seeds&Chips International Summit

 
We are excited be exhibiting and presenting the EatBy App at the Seeds&Chips Internatoin Summit in Milan from the 11th to the 14th of May.

We’ll be featuring the app and discussing the next phase of the EatBy mission and how we hope to further contribute to reducing food waste globally.

We’ll also be using the 2016 Seeds&Chips International Summit to highlight some of the future features of the app and some of the technological innovations we’re currently working on.

We are looking forwards to being in Milan and to meeting people who share our ambitions. If you are at the event please feel free to visit our exhibit or arrange a chat with us using the Seeds&Chips business matching portal.

For more information about Seeds&Chips please visit their website: seedsandchips.com or join in the conversation on Twitter: #SaC16 #FoodTech #FoodInnovation #InternetofFood

Press Release – EatBy App to launch on World Environment Day

EatBy App launches on World Environment Day.

The “Smart Kitchen” EatBy App reduces food waste, saving households $1,000 per year and helps the environment.

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A major new money saving and environmentally beneficial smart kitchen app is due to be launched on the 2015 World Environment Day, Friday 5th of June. The hotly anticipated EatBy App has been tipped to become the must have app of 2015 as it promises to save it’s users up to $1,000 every year and help reduce food waste.

The staggering amount of wasted food has been widely covered in the press lately. Meanwhile the husband and wife developers of the EatBy App, Steffan and Barbara Lewis have been working on the EatBy project from their home in Scotland for over a year and a half. Their passion for finding a solution to the environmental issues surrounding food waste has grown since the project … Continue reading

Eat My Words – Don’t Waste

Students of the Lammas School and Sports College in Leyton, London, have produced a video and rap that highlights the problems of food waste.

The music and lyrics where written by the students and highlight many issues including those faced by farmers, governments who need to act and people who face poverty.

The music video, titled “Eat My Words – Don’t Waste”, which took six months to complete, features young talent of various ages between 11 and 16 from the London college. It was shot on location in a London Tesco store.

The video highlights some of the staggering statistics around food waste.

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The poignant rap took third prize in the United Nations’ Think.Eat.Save Student Challenge while the video, which was completed in March is now featuring on YouTube.

Using up leftovers in a delicious Bubble and Squeak. Is there a best recipe?

Bubble and Squeak is a traditional British dish that uses leftovers from the British traditional Sunday roast meal.

Bubble and squeakConsequently it was usually served on the Monday. Bubble and Squeak is now a brilliant and tasty way to use up those leftovers in the fridge. But is there a “traditional” recipe for bubble and squeak?

There’s an abundance of different recipes for bubble and squeak on the internet – all claiming to be the traditional recipe. But the nature of bubble and squeak prevents the dish from having a definitive recipe because it’s made from whatever’s left over – which can vary depending on what people had for lunch on Sunday or what you have lying around in the fridge.

Your list of ingredients should include:

Proud to be releasing the EatBy App soon.

App Store logo 2UPDATE – this is an old post- the EatBy App is now available on The App Store and Google Play.

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Original Post:

Well, it’s been a long hard slog to get to this stage but we’ve finally done it… The EatBy App is almost ready to be launched on the Apple App Store and Google Play.

The app is designed to overcome one simple yet expensive problem that most of us face frequently in the kitchen. The problem of throwing out food because it has been forgotten in the fridge or at the back of a cupboard.

Barbara, … Continue reading

The EatBy App To Launch Soon

For immediate release

For Further Information contact:

Email: media@eatbyapp.com
Tel: +441383226006  UK & Europe
Tel: +14086221710    USA

Website:http://www.eatbyapp.com
Twitter: @EatByApp
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Introducing the new mobile app,”Eatby App”

App in hand1A new money-saving app launches soon: The EatBy App has been created and developed by husband and wife team, Steffan and Barbara Lewis, after a number of incidents when they threw food out because it had passed its Use By date.

“Steffan, mourning his discarded egg custard tart, answered with that modern cliché, ‘I bet there’s an app for that.’ ”

When they learned how much food is unnecessarily wasted worldwide every year they became passionate about the global issue and made it their mission to change the way they shop for food and manage their kitchen.

And so the idea was born. After scouring … Continue reading

About Us

usThe EatBy App has been created and developed by husband and wife team, Steffan and Barbara Lewis, after a number of incidents when food had to be thrown away because it had passed its Use By date.

After one incident when they threw out an unopened pack of ham slices and a box of egg custard tarts Barbara became upset and a little angry. “We throw out too much because it gets forgotten at the back of the fridge.”

Steffan, mourning his egg custard tart, answered with that modern cliché, “I bet there’s an app for that.”

And so the idea was born. After scouring the available apps Steffan and Barbara decided that there wasn’t a brilliant solution to the problem of forgetting food in the fridge. When they learned how much food is unnecessarily wasted worldwide every year they became passionate about the global issue and made it their … Continue reading