The Real Junk Food Project is a network of ‘pay as you feel’ cafes dedicated to feeding bellies, not bins. They divert food that would otherwise be destined for waste, and use it to create delicious and healthy meals. Its three main aims are: to reduce food waste to reduce food poverty to build community Horsforth launched its own Real Junk Food Cafe at St Margarets Parish Centre today, and Robin and I stopped by to see what it was all about. Emma Mawer, who’s managing the cafe, was busy in the kitchen preparing meals out of the random selection of food she received this morning; it’s like a large scale Ready Steady…
People often say that the internet is destroying communities and that people never talk to each other any more.