More surplus fruit and veg being re-directed to people through charities

Waste Knot, a Worcestershire business founded in 2016 to create a market for farmers to supply misshapen and surplus vegetables to hospitality, catering and charities, says that the amount of fruit and veg being redistributed since lockdown began has increased significantly. This has been driven by the increase in demand from charities who support the vulnerable and from increased surplus produce as a result of the out of home sector’s closure.

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