Fareshare: the charity redirecting waste food to the needy

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Fareshare: the charity redirecting waste food to the needy

It's thought that at least 270 thousand tonnes of perfectly good food is thrown away in the UK each year.

But the charity Fareshare wants to redirect some of that food to the mouths of hungry people in the UK.

London Live visited one of the organisation's warehouses in Deptford and also spoke to a homeless charity who benefitted from their work.

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