Like good food? Hate waste? Want to save money? South Leeds residents are being invited to sign up for large weekly boxes of so-called ‘freegan’ food (good quality food that would otherwise have been binned), delivering locally, for just £12. The family-sized crates will have different contents each week, but
Acclaimed Leeds charity ‘The Real Junk Food Project’ (TRJFP) are set to establish a year-round ‘freegan’ box scheme in Beeston, which will see good quality ‘junk’ food delivered into the community each week – and they are now calling for local people to sign up to make it happen. This
A pioneering Leeds charity are piloting a new ‘freegan’ food scheme in Beeston this summer. The project will enable local people to get a weekly box of good quality ‘junk’ food that would otherwise have been binned, delivered into the community – and there’s still time to sign up, just!