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.
TypePrivate
HQBoston, US
Founded2015
Size (employees)19 (est)-9%
Websitespoileralert.com
Spoiler Alert was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Boston, US
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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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Founding Date

2015

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 News and Updates

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Spoiler Alert Blogs

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…

The 2018 U.S. Food Waste Summit: Our Reflections

In late June, over 350 professionals with a vested interest in solving the United States’ food waste problem gathered at the Harvard Law School for the U.S. Food Waste Summit, hosted by Harvard’s Food Law and Policy Clinic and ReFED. Although attendees came from diverse backgrounds (e.g.…

The "S" word: What does it mean to you?

From June 4-7, Matt Greenstein, Spoiler Alert’s Director of Business Development, attended Sustainable Brands '18 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Here he shares his thoughts on why the gathering is instrumental in defining "sustainability" in the context of today's corporate world.

Three emerging technologies that help reduce on-farm food waste

When food industry stakeholders discuss where waste occurs from ‘farm to fork’, there tends to be a lot of focus on the ‘fork’ side of the equation. This is valid, as nearly 80% of food waste occurs in either consumer-facing businesses (i.e. restaurants and grocery stores) and our homes.…

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