Graphic showing the timeline of food that Fareshare deals with. See text below for details.

Fareshare receives surplus food from food companies that would otherwise go to waste.

It is then delivered to local charities in our refrigerated vans by our volunteers.

Where it is transformed into thousands of meals or food parcels every week.

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