The APP has become a huge hit with people online loving their bags of bargain food and showing others what they got.
But one TikToker was stunned by the amount of food she was given when ordering from the Too Good to Go app.
Emma Turner shared the video on TikTok and said she only paid £7 for two magic bags from Greggs.
However, she thinks she may have ‘overdone’ buying two bags instead of one as she went with 39.
You never know what or how much you’ll get out of a mystery bag, and Emma was expecting a baguette and a few pastries in each bag.
Instead, she received 16 jam donuts, nine baguettes, four savory pancakes, two pasta salads, a sausage roll and a ton of cookies.
The app connects Britons with local cafes, restaurants and shops to sell expired food items at reduced prices to help reduce food waste.
You pay through the app and then get an empty seat before closing time to go and pick it up.
While Emma doesn’t share the original retail price, it will certainly be significantly more expensive than buying food through the app.
Those who watched the video, which received more than 20,000 likes, criticized the amount of food in the bag and admitted not having achieved the same success.
One person wrote: “I got almost nothing for ordering one!”
“I stopped buying these because we would always get like 12 pain relief chocolates and a burnt sausage roll.” Wrote another user.
A third said: “Absolute results if you ask me!”
Each bag depends on how much food waste is left at the end of each day and what stores are participating in your local area.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/food/17712341/two-greggs-bags-too-good-to-go-app/ I bought two Greggs Too Good to Go bags for £7 but immediately regretted it