ANTI- FOOD WASTE ORGANIZATIONS
- Plan Zheroes: Plan Zheroes is a citizens initiative’ with the aim to inspire and connect food businesses with local charities helping people in need and preventing food waste. They offer an online map to help match food donors and recipients based on proximity, the type of food and when it is available.
- The People’s Kitchen: The People’s Kitchen is a chef-led community food waste initiative. Each Sunday, volunteers pick up wonky fruit and veg from local shopkeepers. With the help of volunteer chefs and 'cooks', this food is prepped and cooked into a dazzling array of delicious dishes for a weekly,
alternative Sunday dinner, taking food surplus and turning it into a beautiful banquet for all.
- Brixton People’s Kitchen: The Brixton People’s Kitchen is a travelling kitchen popping up in diverse community spaces to turn food surplus collected from local businesses into free and healthy meals for local people.
- Feeding the 5000: Feeding the 5000 is a campaign that aims to empower and inspire the global community to enact positive solutions to the global issue of food waste. They work with governments, businesses and civil society at the international level to catalyse change in social attitudes and innovative solutions necessary to tackle food waste at the global scale.
- FareShare: FareShare is a unique charity fighting hunger and its underlying causes by redistributing surplus food to hundreds of local charities across the UK. By ensuring good food is not wasted, they turn an environmental problem into a solution, helping to feed thousands of vulnerable people every day.
- FoodCycle: FoodCycle builds communities by combining volunteers, surplus food and spare kitchen spaces to create nutritious meals for people at risk from food poverty and social isolation.
- This is Rubbish: This is Rubbish calls for policy change through the participatory arts and food waste feasting.
- FoodAware: FoodAware is a 'not for profit' social enterprise set up to find ways of redistributing surplus food from potential waste to human consumption or other environmentally friendly means of reuse.
- Waste Watch: Waste Watch inspires people to waste less and to live more sustainably.
WRAP: Their campaigns help you to reduce and recycle more. ‘Love food, hate waste’ campaign: Help individuals reduce food waste both inside and outside the home.
London Community Resource Network: Best Before Project is a member of LCRN, which supports communities and organisations in sustainable resource management.