“We realized strong results—a 50% overall reduction in food waste–across the pilot locations in healthcare, higher education and business dining.”
Senior Director for Environmental Sustainability | Aramark
“Today we have 129 cafes participating in the LeanPath program across 11 countries. Since the start of the partnership, these efforts have saved a total of three million pounds of food.”
Global Procurement & Resources Utilization Manager | Google
“Innovative start-up technology solutions such as the LeanPath … are proving critical to the momentum currently powering the food waste revolution.”
Senior Vice President of Corporate Responsibility | Sodexo
“Our staff are fully engaged in this process. As we reduce waste, we are not only saving money but enriching the lives of our patients, staff and communities.”
Foodservice Program Director | Gundersen Health System
“We have reduced inventory, waste and purchasing. We have created new ways to repurpose foods. A tremendous program.”
Operations Manager | St. Luke’s Medical Center Boise
Food Waste News & Insights
Food Waste 2.0: Moving From Goal To Strategy
DECEMBER 31, 2017
LeanPath’s Steven Finn shares his thoughts with Huffington Post on changing the culture of food waste.
11 Ways to Crack the Catering Food Waste Code
DECEMBER 21, 2017
Overproduction is a given for most caterers. Read 11 tactics that will help catering professionals minimize their food waste and increase their profits.
A Food Waste Resolution for 2018
DECEMBER 20, 2017
In 2018, foodservice needs to shift from dealing with food waste after it happens, to stopping it from happening to begin with. Here’s how to do that.
Reid Health: From $1,400 Per Week in Food Waste to $600 and Dropping
DECEMBER 18, 2017
Reid Health leverages LeanPath 360, tracking $1,400 a week in food waste. Find out how they reduced waste and achieved success through a number of strategies.
Identifying Gaps, Leveraging Data
NOVEMBER 30, 2017
LeanPath reports from the November FFAR conference, where industry leaders laid out the need to prioritize prevention.