Get stuck in over the summer holidays with fun and healthy meals on FareShare’s new recipe page featuring Full Time Meals

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22 July 2021

FareShare, the UK’s biggest charity fighting hunger and food waste, has partnered with Full Time Meals to feature tasty recipes which are quick to make, cost-effective and use up leftover food.

The new recipe page features more than 30 delicious meals which can be filtered by dietary requirement and level of culinary skill. They include Tom Kerridge and FareShare ambassador Marcus Rashford’s exciting recipes, as well as contributions from charities, chefs, and food partners. The page also allows families to select a recipe by ingredient, fantastic for using up leftover veg or meat.

 All the recipes – which include lots of tasty ingredients  - are designed to be quick to make and cost-effective to buy.

Every Sunday morning Full Time Meals launches a new cook-along video on their Instagram page @FullTimeMeals featuring Tom, Marcus and some famous friends. Earlier this week Olympian Sprinter Dina Asher Smith cooked a delicious tomato and mozzarella tart, which can be made in less than an hour.

Superstar chef and co-founder of Full Time Meals Tom Kerridge has said: “We want to help give children and families the skills and confidence to cook good, proper food in their own kitchens, using the equipment available to them, while encouraging them to be creative, have fun and spend valuable time together cooking and eating.”

Find more information at https://fareshare.org.uk/recipes/


For media enquiries, please contact Charlotte Newell, Senior Press and PR Officer, charlotte.newell@fareshare.org.uk / 07943 121535

About FareShare

  • FareShare is the UK’s biggest charity fighting hunger and food waste.
  • It takes surplus good-to-eat food, which is unsold or unwanted by the food industry, sorts it in one of its 30 regional warehouses, and passes it onto a network of more than 10,500 charities and charity groups.
  • These organisations then turn this nutritious food into meals for vulnerable families and individuals, many of whom are at risk of hunger, and struggling with unemployment, low income, debt, homelessness, family break up, dependency or other issues.
  • Two thirds of people accessing FareShare food are children and families.