You can sell any kind of food and non-alcoholic beverages that are surplus. Restaurant portions, ingredients, beverages, and snacks are all applicable for ResQ if they otherwise might end up in the trash.
Here are a few examples of products in ResQ:
restaurant portions from lunch surplus (e.g. meatballs and mashed potatoes)
grocery bags from grocery stores' surplus (e.g. bread bags, veggie bags...)
ingredients from restaurant kitchen (e.g. salmon fillet)
natural products and vitamins
seasonal items after the season (e.g. Christmas chocolates after Christmas)
items you don't need anymore for other reasons (e.g. menu changes in restaurant or supply changes in a grocery store)
Please note that all items must be sold with a considerable discount, for example, -50%.
Here are a few examples of products you can not sell in ResQ:
alcohol: in most of the countries we operate it's not legal to sell alcohol in online marketplaces
non-edible items: we're a marketplace for surplus food, so make sure everything you sell is edible. You can, however, add a non-edible component into the bag: for example, a flower bucket into a grocery bag. Let this be a pleasant surprise for the customer instead of part of your offer.
products that had passed "used by" -date: with "best before", it's completely advisable to sell them some time after the date, but with the used by -dates, it is not allowed.
non-surplus food: the world is full of great solutions to sell takeaway food. ResQ Club is not one of them.
inedible food: for example even partly moldy products.