Food redistribution charity tackles loneliness in London

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Food redistribution charity tackles loneliness in London

The Deptford based food redistribution charity FareShare has joined forces with The British Red Cross and the Co-op to tackle loneliness in London. 

The initiative aims to provide 400 new community groups that could benefit from fresh, in-date surplus food - bringing people together at the same time. 

Rachel Ledwith from Fareshare and Michael Ochwa is from The British red cross, they spoke to Anthony Baxter. 

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