The app helps you find food businesses that match
Our ambassadors and app users find great businesses
that deserve your money because they care about
people, animals and planet, just like you do.
Find all your options nearest to you via a list or a map view and switch to maps for directions
To find people, or food in other areas hit "Explore", turn off the "green pin" and type your search terms
Reward venues who are getting it right
Encourage improvement through ratings and reviews.
With greater interaction help others think of there
Post your experiences - follow friends and venues
Share images, use #hashtags and @tag users or
venues to spread the word on sustainable food and our
Use the "check in" button inside the "Create" tab to share venues or suggest a place we don't have listed
Each time you choose an option that is better you are
supporting better and creating a competitive reason to include
Local knowledge and partnerships are populating our app
with quality food that is better for the planet
Fair Food Forager Pvt Ltd Limited Use.
Updated as of November 20th 2018
We ask that you review the below checklist of business requirements. Fair Food Forager looks for the Inspired businesses, longing to be better. We should support food growers and creators doing great things like creating less waste or growing some of their own produce.
In order to upload a business to the Fair Food Forager website and app, they should satisfy some of the options in the below list, in particular they should NOT be selling takeaway in polystyrene packaging. That's what makes you special and the food you seek special, you don't want to see unnecessary food or packaging waste so help us spread the word and encourage others to be more like you and the businesses you visit.
Some of the possibilities
Does not use single-use plastic plates or cutlery
Does not use single-use plastic bags
Does not use plastic straws
Does, supply, sell and collects reused glass for produce sale
Food waste composted / worm farmed
Excess food is given to charity
Excess food is used as animal feed
Uses imperfect fruit and vegetables (visually not right for supermarkets but tastes great)
Uses rescued food (40% of our food supply is thrown out for no good reason)
Rain water in use
Waste water recycled - (garden watering).
Free-to-roam animals used for meat
Free-to-roam eggs used
Sustainable seafood used
Sustainable Palm Oil or no palm oil
Cooks / Creates there own food products for sale
Sources produce locally
Sources produce in season
Grows some of it's own produce
Runs charity events
Partial profits sent to charity
Creates awareness on global issues