What People Say

Food is the source of life and healthy diets. And this is great because uneaten food is accessible to non-profits organizations. 

— Zuki Rose

I love how I can look for a place to eat based on what I feel like.  On top of that it offers various easy features and restaurant information.

— Rissalat Kapdi

It  promotes values on how we treat our food, thus emphasizing value on how we view and treat each  other as human beings. 

— Joseph Litman

It's great  because we need more healthy and convenient food options in the city.  And its super user friendly, great colors, welcoming and easy to use. 

— Laurence Taboada

Holistic Nutrition Coach

Now onboarding +700 Community Partners

Creating Vibrant Communities One Neighborhood at a time.

Eco Eats 

Our national eco-friendly platform that brings good food you love. Our values are core to our organization to make the world a better place and we do it in a creative and innovative way that makes finding great food easy and fun to eat! In addition, we help connect extra food to a non-profit community partner in a safe way nearby.

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Contact: ilovefood@ecoeats.ca

Business: community@ecoeats.ca

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Solving the World’s Food and Water Problems Through Tech and Innovation





We're excited to share Eco Eats recent publication from Founder Institute! Last January the team graduated the accelerator with 8 other start-ups in January 2018 who are starting to feel like family today. This October the Founder Institute graduate team also featured Eco Eats in a blog called "Solving the World’s Food and Water Problems Through Tech and Innovation"


As the article states "Luckily, however, there is a growing movement that recognizes the issues that are plaguing us, along with an expanding number of individuals who are taking the reins in fixing our global problems. According to Kimbal Musk, brother of Elon Musk:


Many of us live at the mercy of an industrial food system that is devastating to our health, our environment, and our communities. It’s no surprise people are turning against this system on an enormous scale. People want local, real food — food they can trust."



Check out our Founder Institute story here!



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