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Using AI-driven technology to reduce food waste in commercial kitchen

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Marc Zornes

Founder & CEO at Winnow

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Employees 101–200
Headquarters Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Winnow is a technology company that provides the tools to help commercial kitchens measure and reduce their food waste. Winnow employs AI-driven computer vision technology that automatically captures and calculates the amount of food waste, converting this to a commercial loss and providing actionable insights for chefs to make smarter decisions in sourcing and menu choices. Winnow reduces food waste by over 50% and is deployed in 2,500 kitchens today with blue chip clients like IKEA, ISS, Compass Group, Hilton, Accor, Carnival Group, and Sands Corporation. Winnow clients are saving a combined $54 million per annum in food costs through reduced food waste. Its ambition is to save the industry $1 billion per annum by the end of the decade.

Notable Achievements

  • Live in >2,500 kitchens, saving clients over $60m per annum in food costs.
  • Companies implementing Winnow save between 2% and 8% in food costs and typically see an ROI of >200% within the first 12 months.
  • The only product to have helped global companies achieve a 50% food waste reduction across their business.

Currently Operating in 81 Regions

Press Mentions

March 4, 2024

Unreasonable Impact announces new roster of ventures for UK & Europe programme

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April 4, 2024

A.I. Is Spying on the Food We Throw Away

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March 19, 2024

[Video] Winnow on LinkedIn: #foodwasteactionweek #foodwasteactionweek #sustainability #sdg123

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March 19, 2024

[Video] Joanna Chugh on LinkedIn: #foodwasteactionweek

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