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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Swapping food with strangers, thanks to LeftoverSwap

The next time you are out at a restaurant and you can’t fathom eating another bite of your food—normally you would have to get a to-go bag.
That notion is a thing of the past thanks to LeftoverSwap.
LeftoverSwap is a smartphone app, set to debut at the end of August, that allows foodies to pass their meal leftovers “on to a hungrier neighbor, in turn learning their name and avoiding excess calories,” the app’s website boasts.
If you are a person looking for some leftovers, you simply launch the app and find available partially-eaten meals in your neighborhood. Once you arrange contact information with the donators, then simply arrange a pickup, or delivery location and then you are free to chomp on the half-eaten plate.
For the stuffed eaters, all they need to do is, “Snap a picture of what you can't eat, name it, and share the rest of your meal,” according to the website. “Your neighbors are hungry.
The app is set to launch in the Apple store on August 31, and will come later to the Android store.
Would you ever swap food with a stranger?


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