Oddbox is a London-based box scheme that works directly with farmers and growers to take their wonky and surplus produce – so food that might otherwise have gone to waste – then deliver them straight to their members’ doors at a price that’s fair for both the farmer and their members.
I’m a fan of making my own hummus, and am always varying the quantities of the ingredients to see how it impacts the final taste – adding a bit more of the water to smoothen it, or an extra squeeze of lemon to make it tangier – but that’s the extent of my exploration of hummus!
Alice Codsi and I started the FSE Network, a European network of organisations that reduce food waste or valorize food surplus. We call these organisations food surplus entrepreneurs. The network reduces food waste by supporting food surplus entrepreneurs to increase their impact.
Dinner Exchange East is one of the organisations I have been documenting, and they do an amazing job of converting food that would otherwise go to waste into healthy and nutritious delights!
This video is made up of images taken in the run-up and during a big event they were catering for at the City Hall, London.
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