The Independent: HUNGRY CHILDREN FED BY THE REAL JUNK FOOD PROJECT IN UK FOOD WASTE INITIATIVE

Publisher: The Independent
Date: 18th October 2016
Author: Hazel Sheffield
Kevin Mackay is standing in front of hundreds of pairs of eyes at Lawns Park primary school in Leeds, all trained on a bright orange stuffed fox called Fred. “So Fred, which of these foods did supermarkets throw away?” He gestures to the giant pictures projected onto the back of the school hall: a cucumber, a tub of hot chocolate, a bunch of bananas. At each item, Fred raises his hand and the children’s eyes grow a bit wider. “That’s right, all these foods were thrown away by supermarkets,” Kevin says. Then he asks the children: “What could be done with this food instead?”
Read more and watch: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/features/hungry-children-fed-by-food-waste-project-in-newuk-project-the-real-junk-food-leeds-a7366231.html

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