With ResQ Club, you can sell your surplus food to local customers quickly via the app. By doing so, you will:
make more sales
find new customers
reduce food waste, and thus save the planet
get great PR value from taking environmental issues seriously
receive marketing support and material from us to tell your customers that you take responsibility
improve work ethics by not throwing good food to waste
That's great, but I already sell my surplus to my own customers!
Especially many cafés sell their yesterday's products with a discount on the same counter with fresh items. You might be able to sell the surplus this way, but it doesn't make much sense: the customers who walk onto your counter are ready to pay the full price for your products, but only grab the discounted item when seeing it.
ResQ moves those items under the counter, both figuratively and physically: we bring you customers who probably wouldn't stop by otherwise, but now find your offers via the app. But when they come to pick up the order, it's always a good habit to ask if they'd like to purchase something else - a coffee, for example - while they are there!
I don't have time for this
I totally understand: the food business is one with a tight schedule. That's why we made ResQ as easy and fast as possible. If you want, you can try it: register and post your first offer in 3 minutes.
And if you don't have the time, [call us] (tel:+358 9 74791418 ) (+358 9 747 91418), and we'll do it for you.
I don't have surplus
Restaurants produce - on average - surplus anywhere from 5 % to 30 % of their total production. Some restaurants are really good at avoiding it: check out, for example, restaurant Nolla, which has a huge composter running on the corner of their dining hall. But let's be honest: not all of us are taking things that far (yet). For us, ResQ is an excellent way to reduce food waste.
I'm only open in summer/winter
That's OK. We don't have any monthly fees, but we make our money from sales commissions. So there's no risk for you, and you can use ResQ whenever it makes sense to you. Even just one time; when you try it out (should you do that right now?). We don't take it personally if it's not a good fit for you. We will potentially cry a bit. But that's OK.
I don't get enough money from this
That's good because selling surplus shouldn't be a big revenue source: if you have so much surplus that it's generating considerable amounts of money, you should really concentrate on planning and reducing surplus. The value of ResQ comes from the things mentioned at the beginning of this article, but it won't make you rich. And in the end, small profits will keep adding up.