TRJFPB

TRJFPB

Tuesday, 12 January 2016

What have we been up to recently?


We definitely started the year as we mean to go on! 
On New Years Day our team was down at the One Church cooking away for our first community Feast of the new year! All the food that we cooked, was as always, made from ingredients that were deemed to be surplus by supermarkets, yet are perfectly edible



Our resolution for the new year is to not just provide our community with healthy, nutritious, and affordable food but also to create a wonderful and welcoming atmosphere to be enjoyed by all. So we hope to see you at one of our events soon!




With our team of volunteers we worked together to create a truly magical zero waste Community Christmas feast.
We fed over a hundred people at the One Church, and volunteers went out on multiple runs to feed people on the streets and to distribute thermal socks.

We also created the second volume in our series of digital cookbooks. This one focuses specifically on how to use up Christmas Leftovers to help you cut down on food waste in your homes.




This month we have intercepted 2917.867 KGs!But we haven't just intercepted lovely delicious food. We have also intercepted mugs, toothbrushes, and kitchen equipment.
If you have anything you would like to donate contact us on info@realjunkfoodbrighton.co.uk



We fed over a thousand people in December at our usual cafés as well as at the amazing Radical Film Festival workshops, the welcome for the London to Paris bike ride, and many other events around the city.

If you are looking for environmentally friendly catering for your event, then please get in touch with us and we will see what we can do. Email info@realjunkfoodprojectbrighton.co.uk














1 comment:

  1. TRJFP Vo 2, Cookbook - download file doesn't result in download via We Transfer file share...... has it been moved?

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