Diverting your surplus food to frontline charities is much easier than you think.
If you have any questions about how your food deliveries have been affected by Covid-19, read about the measures FareShare has put in place.
Diverting your surplus food to charities will help you achieve your commitments under the WRAP/IGD Food Waste Reduction Roadmap to Target – Measure – Act to reduce your food waste.
Everything you need to know about working with FareShare, from the food we can accept to retailer authorisations.
Food safety, full traceability and compliance is at the core of the FareShare operating model.
Surplus food can occur in your business for a wide range of reasons, and we are here to help when it does.
We work with over 500 food companies, from suppliers and manufacturers to retailers, to redistribute their surplus for social good.
FareShare has authorisation from all major retailers to redistribute their own label products made by manufacturers.
Our experienced food team will help you find a cost effective solution to food waste that’s right for your business.
*Any financial contribution made by FareShare towards the cost of surplus food redistribution is subject to negotiation and final agreement of the value in writing between FareShare and the recipient.
*Defra has provided a grant of £1.9 million towards this fund, as part of their £15 million scheme launched in January by Environment Secretary Michael Gove, to help redistribution organisations across England to help overcome barriers to getting food currently going to waste onto people’s plates