To help you celebrate Earth Day 2017 and reduce food waste we’re offering EatBy App for free on the App Store this weekend!
April 22 marks Earth Day 2017 when over a billion people celebrate our unique and wonderful planet with thousands of organised events.
Earth Day has been celebrated on the 22nd of April for nearly fifty years since the first organised in America in 1970. Credited by some as the beginning of todays movement of environmental awareness, Earth Day is now an global event coordinated by the Earth Day Network.
This year Earth Day is particularly poignant to many around the world as President Trump threatens to pull out of the Paris Agreement signed by 196 countries. But it’s not just the responsibility of the world leaders to reduce our impact on the environment. We at EatBy are committed to developing technology that enables … Continue reading
We are proud to present the Yumicons, Both fun and educational these crazy food characters are the latest addition to our artillery in the war against food waste and a great way to encourage kids to eat fresh and healthy food.
The Yumicons have been designed to bring a smile to children and adults. A new creative app is on it’s way featuring the Yumicons and an array of fun packed features. The launch of the app later this year will coincide with the introduction of an educational pack about food production and how we can all reduce the amount we waste.
In the mean time a selection of Yumicon Fun Food Stickers are available for iMessages on the App Store. We are pleased to see that the Yumicons have already become an instant success, helping us to spread the word about about the EatBy App.
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Please find our Press Release regarding EatBy App’s latest developments. High-res images can be found here and if you need any further comments, information or images from us, please call. (+441433631533)
18th October 2016
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Artificial Intelligence – the solution to food waste at home.
Developers of the EatBy App have incorporated artificial intelligence into their kitchen management and grocery list app to reduce domestic food waste.
The latest release of the EatBy App includes a new feature – it automatically suggests how long fruit, veg and frozen items will stay fresh for and then reminds you to use them up before they go off. But the clever bit, according to the developers, is that the app learns the storage habits of individual users.
“Not everyone’s kitchen is the same, and different food storage environments effect shelf life. EatBy App addresses this problem by learning as it’s used over time.”
Domestic food waste is now the biggest contributor to the global food waste problem. Supermarkets have suffered the brunt of bad publicity, being blamed for massive quantities of unsold food being wasted. Many supermarkets and grocery … Continue reading
Steffan and Barbara have been invited to speak at Seeds&Chips on the 13th of May in the FUTURE conference room from 10:15 am.
They’ll be talking about the development of the EatBy App and the future of the “internet of food”, highlighting the need for improving efficiency and connectivity across all aspects of the global supply chain, from farm to fork – via our soon to be “Smart Kitchens”.
EatBy App will be exhibiting throughout the Seeds&Chips International Food Technology Summit in Milan, from the 11th to the 14th of May at the MiCo – Milano Congressi, so if you’re attending, feel free to visit Steffan and Barbara at the EatBy App stand, D21, for a chat.
“We’re super keen to meet like minded people, to discuss future possibilities and collaborations.”
If you’re not attending you’ll be kept up to date with regular posts on the social networks by Steffan and Barbara – so connect with … Continue reading
As part of a current holiday campaign, EatBy App are raising awareness about reducing food waste by encouraging families to turn fruit and vegetables into cute characters and to upload photographs onto the app and on social media.
“We want to encourage kids to learn more about fruit and vegetables with their family, and become experts in avoiding food waste,” said Barbara Lewis, one of the founders of EatBy.
Food waste is a problem of global proportions with one third of all food produced ending up being thrown away. Businesses and supermarkets are making an effort to reduce their food waste. But it is up to all of us to make a difference. Supermarkets provide us with perfect fruit and veg because that’s how we’ve grown to like them.
“When faced with a choice,” said Steffan Lewis of EatBy App, “We still pick up the nicest looking carrot even though we know it tastes no better than the wonky one. It’s what we’ve become used to.”
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The UK-based start up, EatBy App, has been named as one of the 24 finalists in the second annual Food+City Challenge Prize. The finalists have been chosen from 115 of the best entrepreneur submissions from around the world. The Texas based food start up competition awards up to $50,000 to finalists working on a wide range of projects that aim to making a positive change to the way we harvest our planet.
“We are thrilled to be taking part in the finals in Austin” said co-founder, Steffan Lewis, “being chosen as a finalist from so many worthy projects means a great deal to us.”
Available on Apple and Android devices, the EatBy App is a free mobile application that helps its users manage the food in their kitchen. Every feature of the app is designed to reduce food waste. It includes a shopping list that integrates … Continue reading
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Contact: Lisa O’Neill
Newton O’Neill Communications
EatBy App is Among 24 Finalists Chosen for Second Annual International Food System Innovation Competition in February, 2016
Entrepreneurs From Around the World Will Introduce New Ways To Feed Cities from Uganda to Boston
EatBy App, based in the UK was recently named one of 24 finalists in the Second Annual Food+City Challenge Prize, an Austin, Texas based food startup competition awarding up to $50,0000 for top ideas in global food system innovations. The EatBy App helps families save money and reduces the amount of wasted food. EatBy’s founders, Steffan and Barbara, will … Continue reading
Halloween is approaching but does the back of your fridge look like a scene from a horror movie?
For many of us October marks the transition from Summer to Autumn which naturally leads to a seasonal change in what we eat. But as we swap our salads for warming vegetables it’s inevitable that there are foods likely to be forgotten in the the back of the fridge.
So this is the ideal time of year to take an inventory of what food you have in the kitchen and use up whatever you can to make room for the new season. For example, using those opened summer BBQ condiments as marinades can really spice October up.
Food waste is a huge environmental problem so we should all be doing our bit to reduce the amount of food we … Continue reading
In reply to an article, Let Them Eat Waste, by Francesca Price…
My wife, Barbara, and I, are avid supporters of initiatives addressing problems of food waste. Our personal quest to reduce food waste has resulted in us developing the EatBy App which is a free app designed to help householders reduce food waste by better kitchen management. (Our app plug is over.)
It’s fantastic to see a number of initiatives that are finally emerging to tackle food waste at every link in the food chain, from supply to consumer to suitable disposal. The key is to look at the problem in its entirety – not just at one particular aspect of it. Granted, our app is aimed towards reducing domestic waste and we hope it also increases awareness. We are acutely concerned that, until supply more closely reflects a more suitable and sustainable demand, unnecessary food waste is inevitable. Demand will change as consumer habits alter. And old habits will only change with heightened awareness of the problems and, of course, with suitable solutions including … Continue reading
Great news – The EatBy App is now available on Apple devices and can be downloaded for free from the App Store.
We launched on Apple’s App Store and have already had a great response. We’d like to thank everybody who’s been involved at every level and to thank the good folk at Apple for their invaluable assistance.
It brings us a great deal of satisfaction to know that people see the potential of the EatBy App and greatly appreciate the support we’ve had.
We are already working on the next updates with new features and additional functions – including cloud and family sharing.
Follow these links to download the EatBy App onto your device.
It’s been a while in the making but…
…We’re delighted to announce that the EatBy App has now launched and is available to everyone with an Android device! And did we mention it’s FREE.
It’s free to download and use. An in app purchase activates an additional integrated shopping list feature.
Get it now Here and start saving money!!!
Good news too for everyone with Apple devices – we’re finalising the EatBy App for Apple devices today (5th of June) so it should be available for iPhones and iPads very soon.
We need your feedback!
The development of this app doesn’t stop here. The next phase of development is already underway and we are always interested in what you have to say! We’ll be grateful for your comments, feedback and ideas.
Help us out and spread our message…
Please spread the word about our App. Collectively we could all make a massive impact on the amount of food wasted globally. Yes, we … Continue reading
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.
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 began.
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Introducing the new mobile app,”Eatby App”
A 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 the … Continue reading