Maddy Kirkman, Policy Officer 07 April 2017 The thing about food, is that it links to everything. From the farm to the fork, the things we eat are part of a huge system that says a lot about what we value as a society. Whether it’s the carbon footprint of our farming, the nutritional content…
Are you a charity or not for profit working with vulnerable people? Do you currently provide or would like to provide food in the course of your work? If so, you will be eligible for FareShare membership and can access surplus food from the UK’s largest supermarkets, producers and suppliers through the scheme.
Join us on November 30 to learn more about our FareShare project which redistributes surplus food to not for profit or charitable organisations who support vulnerable people e.g. youth groups, lunch clubs, community cafes, breakfast clubs and residential projects. Register for free here.