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Bubble and Squeak – a social enterprise run by school children
4 months ago

Bubble and Squeak – a social enterprise run by school children

By  •  Podcasts

In this episode I speak to some of the children who run the social enterprise Bubble and Squeak, at their school in West London – selling surplus food in the …
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Turning food waste into cash.
5 months ago

Turning food waste into cash.

By  •  Opinion

Some forward-thinking individuals are turning food that might otherwise go to waste, into a source of revenue – here’s why…
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Elysia – Meals and Catering using Surplus Food
2 years ago

Elysia – Meals and Catering using Surplus Food

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In this episode I’m speaking to Sophie Andre from Elysia – a new start-up social enterprise which buys food that would otherwise have gone to waste from various …
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Dinner Exchange East – Catering for Plan Zheroes
4 years ago

Dinner Exchange East – Catering for Plan Zheroes

By  •  Eye Witness

In a recent Telegraph article exploring the habits of those who seek out discounted food in supermarkets, and the financial benefits of doing so, there was a poll asking readers ‘Would you eat food after the ‘Best Before’ date had passed’. The results of which indicated that 16% of 12,000+ participants only ate food on or before this date, with 40% only eating food that was a few days past the date.
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