Social Cafes

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= name given to The Real Junk Food Project

URL = http://www.therealjunkfoodproject.co.uk/

"Social enterprise cafes are popping up, intercepted food that would otherwise go to waste turned into delicious meals, pay what you think it is worth." [1]

Description

"There are at least 10 “waste not, want not” cafes, from Skipchen in Bristol and the Real Junk Food Project in Leeds to Save the Date in London; they operate on the principle of using “intercepted food” — food that would otherwise be thrown away by supermarkets and wholesalers — on their menus, while letting customers pay what they feel their meal is worth." (https://medium.com/dark-mountain/in-the-cafe-where-you-can-pay-what-you-want-what-would-you-choose-4d25c399f03e)

More Information

Commentary at https://medium.com/dark-mountain/the-real-junk-food-revolution-growing-day-by-day-social-cafe-movement-fed-more-people-in-first-e61d0e96e193