Bay Area Resident Puts Ad on Craigslist Looking for Someone to Eat His Leftover Pizza

Categories: Food, Free Stuff

This morning, the Chronicle ran a instructive article giving readers tips on how to stop wasting so much food. According to the report, some 40 percent of the food in the United States goes to waste while Americans throw away an average of 20 pounds of food per month.

But not this Bay Area person who last night decided to post his/her leftover BBQ Chicken pizza from Papa John's on Craigslist for any hungry takers. A reader sent us the ad, perhaps assuming reporters are always in the market for free food.

If you don't believe us, read for yourself:

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Craigslist
One person's trash is another person's treasure

He/she even provided a map to make this pizza pickup all that much easier.


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See Also: New App Allows You to Sell Your Leftover Dinner to Your Neighbors

If anyone does pick up the pizza, let the Chronicle writers know -- they can add "put food on Craigslist" as another tip for preserving provisions. And of course, send us a photo of you chowing down on cold slices of Papa John's, because that's newsworthy.



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5 comments
Derek Nelson
Derek Nelson

"Because that's newsworthy." Says mr. Just wrote the blogpost.

Lynette Stone
Lynette Stone

this person obviously doesn't work in an office

Andrew K.
Andrew K.

"Walt... I went to get the paper this morning and there was... a pizza on the roof... did you..."

Dana Frasz
Dana Frasz

I do like it! Thanks for sharing! There is an app called Leftover Swap. And I use freecycle to give away food all the time! I've probably had atleast 50 people come to my house to share in the abundance!

Jory Holt
Jory Holt

Dana, I thought you might like this.

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