A new app launched in London is trying to reduce the problem of food waste in restaurants by allowing people to order the food remaining after service has ended.
Called Too Good To Go, it was launched by entrepreneurs Chris Wilson and Jamie Crummie who told The Evening Standard they have already signed up 95 London restaurants to the service.
The duo have already launched apps Brighton, Leeds, Birmingham and Manchester but London is the big hit.
Wilson told The Evening Standard that the app is about helping restaurants manage their food waste rather than make a profit.
Users simply download the app, put their address into the system and see which restaurants close to them are using the service. Meals cost between £2.50 and £3.50 and users are expected to pick up their food at designated times.