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Food waste is becoming an increasing issue with supermarkets throwing away a huge 200,000 tonnes of food and drink every year.
Charities like Social Bite and the Real Junk Food Project are battling the issue by setting up cafés, and services the use food that would otherwise be thrown in the bin.
FoodCycle, who take food donations from supermarkets and make healthy, three-course meals for vulnerable people, is calling on London-based charities to join forces in their fight against food waste. The charity already runs seven projects in the city, but is looking for partners to help expand their work in local communities.
If you work with an organisation who could run a warm and welcoming three-course meal contact FoodCycle on email@example.com or 020 7729 2775.