Stop everything – Morrisons is now selling £10 worth of unsold food for just £3 with Too Good To Go

Too Good To Go Morrisons Food Waste Box

by Louella Berryman |
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Amazing news for your wallet and the planet

All branches of Morrisons are now offering £10 worth of food past its 'best before date' to customers for just £3.09 via the Too Good To Go app.

The supermarket is the first in the UK to offer unsold boxes of food to help fight food waste.

Customers will be able to use the Too Good to Go app to purchase the boxes of unsold fruit and veg, bakery and deli items worth at least £10 for £3.09.

Morrisons Too Good To Go Food Waste Box
The boxes contain a mixture of fruit, veg, bakery and deli items ©Too Good To Go

We'd be pretty chuffed if all our local shops started doing this - who doesn't love a planet-saving bargain?

Because the boxes contain whatever is left over at the end of the day, the contents of your box will be revealed when collected from your local Morrisons.

Check out: the discontinued chocolate bars we want to come back NOW...


CLOSER chocolate bars we miss - slider

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1) Dairy Milk Tiffin

After being off the shelves for years, Tiffin made its comeback in 2016. Hallelujah!

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2) Cadbury Coconut Boost

The core centre made up of dessicated coconut combined with a normal Boost bar was just too good - why on EARTH was this masterpiece ever taken out of circulation?!

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3) Mars Delight

That caramel and chocolate cream filling mixed with that wafer, was a pure delight. Sadly, we despite people's efforts, this Mars chocolate bar won't be returning anytime soon.

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4) Cadbury Marble

Milk and white chocolate AND praline in one bar? Yup. Cadbury's really are one of the best at coming up with new recipes.

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5) Cadbury Spira

Two fingers of Dairy Milk with chocolate spiralling around the outside... YUM.

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6) Time Out

The Time Out was very slyly taken off the shelves - basically a chocolate wafer, but SO MUCH MORE. Thankfully, they still exist in shops as a single wafer.

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7) Cadbury Snow Flake

The geniuses at Cadbury decided to merge their white Dream chocolate with the standard flake to create utter perfection in this little bar. But why, oh why, did they stop making them?!

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8) Rowntree's Cabana

Coconut, caramel, cherries and chocolate – the ultimate tropical chocolate bar, right?

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9) Trio

TRIO! TRIOOOO! I want Trio and I want one now!

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10) Cadbury Dream

Possibly one of the best additions to the Heroes tin at Christmas.

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11) Cadbury Fuse

Nuts, raisins, fudge and cereal pieces all in one chocolate bar?! It's years since we last saw a Fuse bar around. Sob.

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12) Terry's Pyramint

Basically, a pyramid version of an After Eight but with a slightly sloppier middle. We miss these!

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13) KitKat Senses

We can't for the life of us think why these went extinct. But they've been refashioned in a selection box, so that's something at least.

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14) Milkybar Choo

We're hoping this one will make a comeback. The strange combination of white chocolate and fudge worked surprisingly perfectly.

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15) Cadbury Taz Bar

When Taz became extinct, this chocolate bar was revolutionised as a Freddo bar with caramel. But we miss that devil.

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16) Twix Top

This was the highlight of our school packed lunches... Anyone else?!

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17) Cadbury Snaps

They're like Pringles - but chocolate. And just like our favourite snack, you couldn't ever just have one Snap!

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18) Rowntree's Secret

Withdrawn due to low sales volumes, the marshmallow centre wrapped in thick chocolate was a real treat back in the day.

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19) Cadbury Wispa Mint

We've all had a Wispa, haven't we? But the mint version had an extra edge to it that was just simply divine. Sigh.

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20) Texan

The mighty chew.

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21) Flyte

Forget Maltesers, this really was a lighter way to enjoy chocolate.

Facebook users have been avidly posting snaps of their boxes, which can contain anything from fresh pears, brussel sprouts and tea cakes to sliced bread and fresh eggs.

We've taken a peek in Too Good To Go's Waste Warrior Facebook group, where members have been posting pictures of their hauls, and they look pretty amazing tbh.

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The boxes have been available in a few of Morrisons stores since July, but as of 25th November they are available nationwide.

Jayne Wall, Market Street Director at Morrisons, says, "We hope other supermarkets will follow our lead to reduce food waste, reduce CO2 emissions and help people with their food bills in this way.”

The supermarket expects to distribute 350,000 boxes of unsold food in 2020 as part of a commitment to prevent over 350 tonnes of food waste over the course of the year.

This will reduce CO2 emissions by 882 tonnes: the equivalent of driving from London to Edinburgh 5,351 times - wowza.

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