All You Can't Eat is an initiative that is taking all the leftover food that people can't finish at restaurants and turning it into charitable meals for those less fortunate. The campaign puts stickers on menus by the food items that tend to be served in abnormally large portions.
The person eating the food can then decide if they want to eat a smaller version of the meal or not. If they choose the smaller meal, the restaurant donates the extra money saved to the food bank. This initiative is different because instead of simply asking for donations from restaurants or frequent diner's, it instead provides the restaurant goers with a choice.
The meals themselves cost the same as the large ones so there's no worry about extra payments.
All You Can't Eat Makes Charitable Meals Out of Leftovers
1. Reducing Food Waste - Using leftover food from restaurants to create charitable meals for those in need.
2. Menu Stickers - Using stickers on menus to indicate food items that tend to be served in large portions and offer smaller options.
3. Consumer Choice for Charity - Giving restaurant goers the choice to have a smaller portion of their meal, with the restaurant donating the extra money to a food bank.
1. Restaurant Industry - Restaurants can implement menu stickers and offer smaller portion options to reduce food waste and support charitable initiatives.
2. Food Banks - Food banks can benefit from receiving extra donations through the savings made by restaurants and the conscious choices of restaurant goers.
3. Non-profit Organizations - Non-profit organizations can collaborate with restaurants and create initiatives like All You Can't Eat to reduce food waste and provide meals for those in need.