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Thanks to our food suppliers, volunteers, and community partners, FoodCycle is a low-cost model with a big impact. However we do have some essential costs and are reliant on the generosity of people like you to help.
FoodCycle Portsmouth officially launched their second community Hub in November 2014. Since then the team of volunteers have been learning their way around the kitchen and finding confidence in our ‘use no recipe’ approach to cooking! It’s been going really well and we wanted to let y’all know about it! This second Hub is based… Read more
Merry Christmas from the FoodCycle team! It’s a time packed full of delicious foods and indulgence – but unfortunately it’s also a time of huge food waste. Every year we throw away 5 million Christmas puddings, 2 million turkeys, and 74 million mince pies, not to mention huge amounts of vegetables, fruit and snacks. We’ve put… Read more
This morning saw the launch of Feeding Britain, a report by the APPG Inquiry on Hunger and Food Poverty in Britain. You can read the full report and it’s recommendations here and you can view the evidence submitted (from a number of charities like FoodCycle, groups and individuals) here. Mary McGrath, FoodCycle Chief Executive says “We… Read more
By Lydia Ruddick, FoodCycle Birmingham Hub Leader We’re delighted to say that this Sunday, FoodCycle Birmingham relaunched in partnership with Birmingham Settlement in Aston. Birmingham Settlement is one of the oldest charities in Birmingham, offering independent guidance and support to people facing isolation, social exclusion or financial difficulty. There’s lots of overlap with FoodCycle’s aims here… Read more