Dallas residents can now buy surplus food for a discounted price from local companies using the Too Good To Go app.

Too Good To Go, a marketplace for selling surplus food in an effort to reduce food waste, expanded its operations across Texas on May 17. The company services major European cities and began expanding to the U.S. in 2020, according to its website.

Through the Too Good To Go app, restaurants and businesses sell surplus food at one-third of its retail value. Customers can buy the food through the app and pick it up at a designated time and location. In Dallas, Eataly has partnered with Too Good To Go to sell its surplus food items, according to a news release.

For more information or to download the Too Good To Go app, visit the company’s website. www.toogoodtogo.com/en-us