Food waste

Did you know throwing away just one hamburger wastes just as much water as taking a 90 minute shower? We currently waste a huge 7.6 million tons of food every year - that's 312kg per Australian to put it into perspective. From the beginning of the manufacturing process to leftovers we're throwing out, there's an environmental impact.

Sustainable supply chain

Traditional delivery methods, predominantly using cars and trucks, contribute significantly to air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, and traffic congestion. Furthermore, the non-local ingredients in delivery services contributes to higher emissions from long-distance transportation. Discover how EatFirst is implementing new methods for more sustainable delivery.

Sustainable packaging

Can you believe that 95% of plastic packaging is discarded after a single use. While single-use products may seem cheap and easy, they’re costly to our environment. Most plastics don't biodegrade,  unless they’re recycled, upcycled or repurposed, they can pose a significant threat to marine wildlife. Explore Eatfirst's initiatives for more sustainable packaging.

Diversity and inclusion

Inequalities based on  gender, age, disability, sexual orientation,  ethnicity, and religion persist worldwide.According to the UN these disparities undermine long-term social and economic development, and erode individuals' sense of fulfillment and self-worth. Learn how EatFirst is creating a diverse and inclusive community.

Our partners


OzHarvest collects quality surplus from supermarkets, restaurants and even workplaces and turns it into meals that those in need within local communities can truly use.

A meal for a meal

For every meal you order, EatFirst donates another to a child in need. Together with the Akshaya Patra Foundation, we continue to have a positive impact on vulnerable children.