Save ‎£700 Every Year On Food Waste

If you are a fan of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and have seen the episode on his mission to change the way we think about waste on BBC, then you are already aware that an average British household waste around £700 worth of food every year. Food waste costs the average person in the UK £200 per year. The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee mentioned 7.3 million tonnes of food was wasted in UK households in 2015. Aren’t these numbers alarming?! ReMe Basket can help you reduce these numbers. It all starts from your home.

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Just Add And Forget

Just add the food item to ReMe Basket and let ReMe remind you to consume it before it expires. Apart from putting the food item in your ReMe Basket, you do not need to do anything else. ReMe is that intelligent.

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You Can Type-In Or Scan-In Or Voice-In The Food Items

You can either type in the food items in your ReMe Basket or you can just voice in using Google Voice Input. In case you neither want to type in or voice in, ReMe has in-built text recognising capabilities, using which you can just read the food labels with your camera. It is that SIMPLE! Give it a try from Google Play Store.