FoodCycle launches 2016 impact report
2016 was quite a year in many ways and here at FoodCycle, we opened 9 new projects, served over 37,000 community meals, saved 59 tonnes of food from going to waste and welcomed 1,800 new volunteers to the FoodCycle gang.
This morning we hosted a special breakfast event at The Food Chain (home of FoodCycle LSE) and launched our 2016 impact report. Friends, funders, guests, supermarkets, volunteers and partners were in the room to join us to celebrate. FoodCycle LSE cooked up a storm with a breakfast made entirely from surplus food, and guests got their legs spinning to make smoothies on a special smoothie bike.
- 9 new projects opened
- over 37,000 community meals served
- 87% of our guests say FoodCycle has a positive effect on their community
- 59 tonnes of surplus food reclaimed
Read the full report
Click on FoodCycle’s impact report and enjoy!
A huge thank you to all our volunteers for making such an amazing impact possible. Thank you to everyone who conducted the surveys and case studies and to our guests for sharing their stories.