IGD ‘Working on Waste’ campaign

18 October 2015

19 October 2015

The Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD) successful ‘Working on Waste’ campaign to bring UK food and grocery companies together to help their employees reduce household food waste is back for 2015.

In partnership with WRAP, IGD will use the campaign to drive the awareness and engagement among employees across over 100 companies, including Asda, Sainsbury’s and Tesco, through a programme of food waste training, meal planning and left over advice. During October, IGD will also host three debates across the country to bring industry experts along with retail staff and other key industry individuals together to discuss the issues surrounding household food waste.





Visit www.igd.com/workingonwaste for more info

We welcome the IGD’s 2015 campaign ‘Working on Waste’ to drive awareness and engagement amongst food companies’ employees in reducing household food waste. Alongside WRAP’s important work through the ‘Love Food Hate Waste’ programme, such initiatives are instrumental in ensuring that food waste reduction stays high on the agenda and individuals are empowered to address the issue.

At FareShare we believe that ‘No Good Food Should Be Wasted’ and continue our work engaging with the food industry to ensure that food waste in the supply chain is addressed too. Working with FareShare, retailers and manufacturers can put their surplus food to good use, by diverting good food away from the waste stream while benefiting vulnerable people.