Feedback is committed to putting a stop to the global food waste scandal. We are a small, but far-reaching, environmental campaigning organisation that aims to inspire the global community to implement positive solutions to the problem of food waste. We work with governments, businesses and civil society at the international level to catalyse change in social attitudes and demonstrate innovative solutions to tackle food waste at the global scale.

For media inquiries please contact us at: [email protected] or on 0203 051 8633

Our recent press releases and updates, can be seen here.

Past press releases

21 February 2018 – New research reveals supermarkets drive massive levels of food waste on UK farms

13 December 2017 – Fresh furore erupts over farmer’s challenge to Tesco’s fake farm labelling

02 May 2017 – Feedback supports MPs call for national food waste target

13 February 2017 – Announcing our new Executive Director

15 November 2016 – Food waste campaigners give evidence to Commons select committee

19 September 2016 – Feeding the 5000 Events Spread Across America as Heat Rises in Fight Against Food Waste

18 April 2016 – Feeding the 5000 comes to NYC and Washington DC

Toast the End of Food Waste

Feeding the 5000 Portsmouth

World Food Day: 100 Cities to Sign Agreement to Eliminate Food Waste

Kenyan farmers suffer unfair trading leading to huge levels of food waste

Please contact us at: [email protected] for other past press releases.


Media highlights


Campaigning Against Global Food Waste: Tristram Stuart | History Makers

History NOW

How Volunteers Turn Unwanted Produce Into Meals For 5,000 People

National Geographic’s The Plate

This Is What A Feast For 5,000 Made From Food Waste Looks Like

NPR’s The Salt

A Rallying Cry for Ugly Vegetables: In New York City and Washington, D.C., massive festivals are celebrating weird-looking produce—and fighting the problem of food waste.

CityLab (The Atlantic)


“How ‘Ugly’ Fruits and Veg Can Help Solve World Hunger

National Geographic Magazine

“Just as a beautiful carrot grows from a tiny seed, every great movement starts from a handful of committed people, and attitudes are changing.”

BBC News

“Reducing food waste in the U.K. has become, well, cool.”

Modern Farmer on The Pig Idea

“shows there is a real public appetite to take control of the food systems we buy into and eliminate waste”

New Internationalist Magazine on Feeding the 5000

“Subvert[s] the idea that there’s not enough food to go around”

Al Jazeera on the Gleaning Network UK

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