Bloc must halve its food waste by 2030 to tackle climate crisis and improve food security, say campaigners
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Gleaning — collecting leftover crops from farmers’ fields and margins — is undergoing something of a renaissance in Britain.
Volunteers are picking leftover produce on farms to reduce waste and help food banks
Across two ‘Halloween’ seasons alone, Feedback rescued around 45 tonnes of would-be-wasted pumpkins.
We would like to express our deepest gratitude to the generous BBC Radio 4 listeners who helped us raise an impressive £61,748.
Feedback is delighted to announce that our Gleaning Network will feature on BBC Radio 4 Charity Appeals.
We have set out how things currently look and developed scenarios for the UK’s fresh food in 2020 in light of Covid-19.
The response of communities, civil society and citizens are giving us a glimpse of a more resilient and fairer food system
Since we began our community-led Gleaning project over a year ago, there are 21 Gleaning groups in England alone – will yours be next?
My first day on the team at Alchemic Kitchen was spent at Speke Hall’s orchard, picking the apples that ordinarily go unpicked.
I had never been to a commercial fruit farm before attending a glean with Feedback.
Feedback reacts to WRAP’s announcement today that around 3.6 million tonnes of food is wasted annually on UK farms.
A lot can happen when we come together to share a meal. With disco shoes and surplus food, so much fun was had at the Love Lane Disco Chop.
Gleaning is an ancient tradition, but what is its future? Dan Woolley reflects on how far it has come, and what's coming next.
Tackling food waste on farms now has a deadline for action. Find out more about the problem of farm food waste and what you can do about it.
Gleaning has the beauty of being both enjoyable and helpful for the community.
Got surplus food and want to feed bellies not bins?
25 tonnes is a serious amount of pumpkin.
Waste is a symptom of our broken food system