Lets not waste challenge

At we’re proud to have the lowest food waste of any grocery company in Canada. When you order your groceries from, you’re supporting food waste reduction inherently, but there’s a lot more that can be done in the home to cut down on food waste as well. We want to spread the word that reducing food waste doesn’t have to be difficult or messy or complicated, so we came up with six tips that we’ve found to be super useful in helping us become less wasteful at home – and now we’re going to share them with you. Each week for the next six weeks we’ll be highlighting one of the tips on our blog and social media channels. Even better, we want you to also share them with your friends, and help spread the word! That’s why we’re launching our Let’s Not Waste Challenge.

It’s easy. All you have to do is post a pic or video of how you’re using one of our tips on your social media channels (Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter), tag us and your two most waste-conscious friends, and use the hashtag #LetsNotWasteChallenge. There will be a new winner each week, so keep entering!

Each weekly winner will receive a $50 SPUD gift certificate, plus an additional prize to help you keep cutting down on waste. The additional prizes include a pantry-stocking kit of some of our favourite grains and beans, a windowsill herb garden, a set of produce storage bags and glass storage containers, a cast iron skillet, a mini food-processor, and a rice cooker!



1) Make sure you’re following us and post an image of how you’re using our tips to cut down on food waste at home.

2) Add #LetsNotWasteChallenge.

3) Tag your 2 most waste-conscious friends to get them in on this contest. There’s a new winner each week, so enter as many times as you like!



Contest closes on April 23th 12am PST. Must live in SPUD’s existing delivery areas. You do not have to be a SPUD customer to win!


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Arianna joined the marketing team at after studying sociology and anthropology at SFU, with a focus on sustainable food. She is passionate about plants (both eating and growing them), social research and a bad dog named Oscar.

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