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Tackling Food Waste to Help Transform Bradford Communities


Local community enterprises, Re-considered (a co-operative dedicated to preventing waste and creating value from waste), Grow Bradford (a catalyst for people to become more involved and connected with growing food, developing skills, improving health and transforming their local community and spaces) and partners are launching a new community venture based on preserving surplus fruit and vegetables.

Funded by Defra, through a scheme administered by WRAP, a charity delivering ground-breaking initiatives to support more sustainable economies and society, the initiative aims to tackle food waste by preserving. Working alongside Bradford Council's markets service, they aim to capture surplus produce from St James Wholesale Market alongside local growers. Click on the link below to read the full article.

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