FareShare is the UK’s longest running food redistribution charity fighting hunger and food waste across the nation. With the help of 1,500 volunteers, FareShare is able to redistribute good food that would otherwise go to waste to almost 11,000 frontline
Morrisons supermarkets has launched a campaign which aims to donate 250,000 sanitary products to women in period poverty.
Morrisons formalised a partnership between its food production sites and the food redistribution charity FareShare in April 2017, to use surplus food occurring at their manufacturing sites to benefit people in need. After nine months, the partnership has resulted in
Tesco’s announcement it is to provide the equivalent of 7m meals a year to more than 1,000 charities across the UK could tap into consumers’ growing support for ethical brands and retailers, according to customer insight agency Engage Research. It says
Sainsbury’s is launching its national Million Meal Appeal campaign to support charity partner FareShare this weekend, with an in-store event developed with Initials Marketing to encourage the supermarket’s shoppers to buy and donate shopping list staples. The Million Meal Appeal
The Co-operative Group has signed up to support national charity FareShare and back its campaign to help communities relieve food poverty and reduce food waste across the UK. It has pledged to help the charity after a pilot with FareShare