|Pallet of boxes of tomatoes on racks.|
|Matt Booker drawing at FareShare|
|Alex Nicholson drawing|
Fare Share has been operating since 2004 as an independent charity and today has 17 locations around the UK. Established in 1994 as a project within the homelessness charity Crisis, FareShare aims to help vulnerable groups, whether they are homeless, elderly, children, or other groups in food poverty within our communities.
Much of the food would have been previously destined for land fill. Products which are perfectly usable rejected by supermarkets due to forecasting errors, mis labelling, short dates, no sale, or minor damage.