Tesco scrap 'best before' dates from fruit and vegetable lines
Monday October 22, 2018
Labels will be ditched from a further 116 lines of produce to help reduce food waste.
The UK’s largest supermarket is to scrap potentially confusing “best before” dates from dozens more of its fresh fruit and vegetable lines after research found ditching the labels helped customers reduce their food waste at home.
How much food have we saved in the last year?
Sunday October 21, 2018
This is a breakdown of the number of KGs received in food donations each month:
2017 August 19.5
2017 September 45.5
2017 October 182.0
2017 November 169.0
2017 December 110.5
2018 January 104.0
2018 February 130.0
2018 March 143.0
2018 April 331.5
2018 May 201.5
2018 June 247.0
2018 July 253.5
2018 August 175.5
2018 September 256.75
Total 2369.25kg (364.5 trays of food approx)
1Kg of food = 2.2 meals approx so 5212 meals in one year (rounding up)
38 Degrees - Walkers Crips to recycle their crisp bags
Monday August 27, 2018
BREAKING NEWS: Walkers have just announced they’re launching a scheme to recycle crisp packets! It’ll mean fewer crisp packets going to landfill or washing up on our beaches. And it’s down to you.
Walkers bosses have taken this huge step forward because of the hundreds of thousands of us who’ve been demanding action. There’s been a huge petition, thousands of messages all over Walkers’ social media, and hundreds of us grabbing the headlines by posting our packets back to Walkers. We’ve really piled on the pressure.
The new scheme will put special crisp packet recycling points across the country. It’s not perfect - Walkers need to do more to make their packets properly recyclable everywhere. But this is a huge step forward
Success on Bury Food and Drink Festival and a Big THANK YOU
September 6, 2018
We had a great day on the 27th of August at the Bury Food and Drink Festival with lots and lots of interest from the public and it was great to hear that many of you knew about us.
However, this success would not have been possible without the generous help of
Our Bury st Edmunds for donating our pitch for free and on Facebook
Matt of the Happy Food Coop for lending his fab gazebo and Facebook
And last but not least all our LOVELY VOLUNTEERS. The whole project would not run without you.
Come and meet us at the Bury Food Festival this Bank Holiday Weekend
Monday August 27, 2018
Since we concern ourselves with food waste, what better place to be to promote our work and shop than at the Bury Food Festival. Please come and see us. We will be near the monument on the Angel Hill :-)
14 June 2018: Feedback’s ranking of supermarkets on efforts to address food waste finds Waitrose, Co-op and Marks & Spencer trailing other retailers
June 14, 2018
We ranked the UK’s top ten supermarkets based on publicly available information on their work to reduce food waste. Our ranking assessed the supermarkets against the food use hierarchy which requires that prevention be the priority towards tackling waste.
Read more here
Successful May Bank Holiday Stall
May 31, 2018
We had a great day promoting our work and shop on the May Bank Holiday. We had lots of sweets made from best before foods which people could taste and also lots of beautiful salad leaves and edible flowers from the Walled Garden in Brent Eleigh.