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Waitrose stores, customer fulfilment centres and distribution centres across the UK have provided the equivalent of five million surplus meals through FareShare.
Through the FareShare Go programme, more than 300 Waitrose stores across the UK redistribute end of day surplus food to local charities and community groups. Typically including items such as bread, fruit and vegetables, that food is then used by the local groups and turned into food parcels or meals for people in need in the area.
FareShare also receives fantastic quality food via Waitrose distribution centres in Enfield and Greenford, which is delivered to more than 700 charities and community projects via six of the charity’s nearby warehouses. This has included meat, fish, dairy, fruit and vegetables.
source: FareShare News
published: 10 May 2021