Food production is the biggest contributor to climate change and biodiversity loss - it’s responsible for 80% of deforestation, 70% of freshwater use and 34% of greenhouse gas emissions according to the latest study. But one third of all food
Toast Ale is a social enterprise set up in 2015 to tackle food waste. The brewery works with bakeries to prevent surplus bread from being wasted, using it to produce its popular range of craft beers. The circular economy approach
Food production is the biggest contributor to climate change, but one third of all food is wasted. Toast Ale wants to change this. The planet-saving, certified B Corp brand brews beer from surplus fresh bread and uses its profits to
EAT. partners with Toast Ale to turn its surplus fresh bread into craft beer in a bid to tackle food waste
EAT. has announced a unique partnership with Toast Ale which sees the high street brand giving surplus crusts of bread to Toast, who turn it into their award-winning range of craft ales and lagers which is then sold in store.