Our scalable technology platform: - Provides real-time capabilities to create and manage food donations, buy-sell transactions, and distribution networks; - Enables organizations to coordinate and simplify fulfillment; and - Offers the relevant accounting and reporting systems to capture tax benefits and document important financial, environmental, and social metrics. Born out of MIT in June 2015, Spoiler Alert was a 2015 winner of MassChallenge and is currently in the Spring 2016 cohort of Techstars Boston.
HQBoston, US
Size (employees)23 (est)+5%
Spoiler Alert was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Boston, US
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Key People/Management at Spoiler Alert

Jessica Janiuk

Jessica Janiuk

Software Engineering
Joey Melnick

Joey Melnick

Software Engineering
Ari Hopkinson

Ari Hopkinson

Client Success
Ravi Singh

Ravi Singh

Software Engineering
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Spoiler Alert Office Locations

Spoiler Alert has an office in Boston
Boston, US (HQ)
356 Boylston St
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Spoiler Alert Financials and Metrics

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Spoiler Alert total Funding

$2.5 m

Spoiler Alert latest funding size

$2.50 m

Time since last funding

2 years ago
Spoiler Alert's latest funding round in November 2016 was reported to be $2.5 m. In total, Spoiler Alert has raised $2.5 m
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Spoiler Alert Online and Social Media Presence

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Spoiler Alert News and Updates

This Is Why Your Wife Is Stressed Out (Spoiler Alert: It Might Be You)

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This new video essay takes a look at the art of the twist ending, and why some are more successful than others. What: An in-depth look at twist endings.Read Full Story
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Spoiler Alert Blogs

Closing the loop: Spoiler Alert volunteers with SSCAC

A popular Spoiler Alert employee benefit is our quarterly volunteer outings with community partners. Over the years, this has included meal preparation at the Pine Street Inn; playing bingo with clients at Boston Healthcare for the Homeless; and harvesting vegetables at The Food Project …

Reflecting on 2018 in 280 characters or fewer: Part II

Last week, we used our Tweets to recap some of the most important food trends and industry news from the first half of 2018. Here, we continue our reflection with top headlines from July through November.

Reflecting on 2018 in 280 characters or fewer: Part I

“Automation”, “blockchain”, “food safety”, “freight costs”, “transparency” — these are just a few of the topics that created buzz in the food space throughout 2018. And in thinking about a fun (efficient) way to reflect on the year, we turned to Twitter and the headlines that we could …

To sell or donate? 4 scenarios when donation can make $ense

Diversification is a recommended best practice for managing financial risk. Similarly, leading food companies maximize value recovery from inventory mismanagement by maintaining a diverse network of outlets across discount, donation, and recycling destinations when surplus and distressed…

3 common beliefs that prevent food businesses from leveraging closeout sales

Businesses with best-in-class shrink management programs know that a holistic, coordinated food waste diversion strategy drives more value than a piecemeal, one-off approach. At Spoiler Alert, we are strong believers that building capacity to divert unsold inventory across a variety of d…

Sizing up food waste reduction: 4 factors to consider

At Spoiler Alert, we spend a lot of time thinking about how food distribution businesses can create value through waste reduction, and the unique characteristics of each distribution center that impact waste generation. How does physical location contribute? What role does product type p…
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Spoiler Alert Company Life and Culture

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Spoiler Alert Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Spoiler Alert founded?

    Spoiler Alert was founded in 2015.

  • Who are Spoiler Alert key executives?

    Spoiler Alert's key executives are Jessica Janiuk, Joey Melnick and Ari Hopkinson.

  • How many employees does Spoiler Alert have?

    Spoiler Alert has 23 employees.

  • Who are Spoiler Alert competitors?

    Competitors of Spoiler Alert include LineVision, GTX Corp and Anaek.

  • Where is Spoiler Alert headquarters?

    Spoiler Alert headquarters is located at 356 Boylston St, Boston.

  • Where are Spoiler Alert offices?

    Spoiler Alert has an office in Boston.

  • How many offices does Spoiler Alert have?

    Spoiler Alert has 1 office.