To redistribute surplus food from the food industry to vulnerable people in the community. FareShare aims to ensure that 'no good food goes to waste', benefiting the community in numerous ways - improving the diets of the homeless, helping organisations working with the homeless by reducing food bills, and reducing the amount of waste going to landfill. Originally set up as part of Crisis, the homeless charity, there are now seven FareShare projects around the country, set up under a social franchise model.
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Private/for Profit Organisation
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FoodShare saves good food destined for waste and sends it to charities and community groups who transform it into nutritious meals for vulnerable people. The food they redistribute is fresh, quality and in date surplus from the food industry and the charities they work with can b…