A Trailblazing Activist, Food Waste Warrior, One Young World’s Entrepreneur with a strong vision and mission for the planet. He wants to inspire and empower everyone to take action against food waste.
Jamie is the Co-founder of Too Good To Go, the world’s largest marketplace for surplus food. The app lets consumers buy unsold food from restaurants and retailers so that it doesn’t go to waste. Too Good To Go is active in 17 countries and has over 40 million users. The app has data measuring how many meals they have saved from more than 60,000+ supermarkets, restaurants, bakeries, hotels and other food businesses fighting food waste, among which are M&S, Carrefour, Lidl, PAUL, etc.
With a background in human rights, he has previously worked as a Field researcher on the Refugee Rights Data Project (RRDP) for Refugee Rights Europe.
He was named in Forbes 50 Next class of 2021, One Young World’s Entrepreneur of the Year in August 2020, one of Forbes 30 Under 30 in February 2019.