Reducing food waste and food poverty with Resurrected Bites
Resurrected Bites, Harrogate, are a community organisation who strive to reduce food waste and food poverty. They work with local supermarkets, intercepting food waste, and providing good quality ingredients. From this, they create delicious menus and meals at their cafes, providing for families in the local community.
It’s a fantastic resource for those who may be unable to put food on the table for what ever reason that may be. Anyone is welcome to visit their cafes, and with no set prices and a ‘pay as you can’ approach, visitors are asked to donate what they can afford.
Springfield Healthcare’s Harcourt Gardens are supporting Resurrected Bites, by donating to feed four families of four, for a month. They also donated advent calendars and boxes of chocolate for people to enjoy over the Christmas period.
Jill Shearer, Occupancy and Enquiry Manager at Harcourt Gardens, said “During these difficult times, community is more important than ever. We wanted to therefore show our support to our neighbours and to those who need it. We‘re proud to be supporting such a worthy organisation that supports individuals in Harrogate.”
If you would like to support Resurrected Bites on their mission to reduce food waste and food poverty in Harrogate, donate here.
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